felicity definition

  • noun:
    • Great pleasure; bliss.
    • Great delight; bliss.
    • an example of great joy.
    • a case of great glee.
    • a reason or supply of pleasure.
    • A cause or way to obtain glee.
    • a suitable and pleasing fashion or design: felicity of appearance.
    • a suitable and pleasing fashion or style: felicity of expression.
    • an example of proper and pleasing manner or design.
    • an example of proper and pleasing manner or design.
    • Archaic Chance.
    • Archaic Fortune.
    • Happiness.
    • Joy.
    • Apt and pleasing style written down, message, etc.
    • Apt and pleasing style in writing, message, etc.
    • a thing that is often a source of glee or particularly likely.
    • Something that is both a source of happiness or specially likely.
    • Reproduction of an indication with fidelity. eg. "The quotation had been rendered with felicity."
    • Reproduction of an indicator with fidelity. eg. "The quotation had been rendered with felicity."
    • The state of being happy; blessedness; blissfulness; pleasure of good.
    • The state to be happy; blessedness; blissfulness; pleasure of great.
    • what promotes happiness; a successful or gratifying event; prosperity; true blessing.
    • That which encourages glee; a fruitful or gratifying event; success; blessing.
    • a nice professors or accomplishment.
    • an enjoyable faculty or accomplishment.
    • Happiness; bliss; blessedness; a blissful or happy condition.
    • Happiness; bliss; blessedness; a blissful or pleased condition.
    • That which creates or encourages glee; a felicitous situation or state of things; a source of pleasure: most commonly within the plural.
    • A skilful or pleased professors or turn; felicitous adroitness or propriety; a happy knack or choice; appropriateness: because, a rare felicity of phrase.
    • a suitable or delighted change of thought or phrase.
    • what creates or encourages pleasure; a felicitous scenario or state of things; a source of happiness: most often in plural.
    • A skilful or happy professors or change; felicitous adroitness or propriety; a happy knack or choice; appropriateness: as, an unusual felicity of expression.
    • the right or pleased turn of idea or appearance.
    • In astrology, a good aspect.
    • Synonyms Blessedness, Bliss, an such like. (identify happiness); pleasure, convenience, blissfulness, success, fortune.
    • Aptness.
    • condition of wellbeing described as emotions including contentment to intense joy
    • pleasing and proper way or design (especially manner or design of appearance)
    • In astrology, a favorable aspect.
    • Synonyms Blessedness, Bliss, etc. (identify happiness); joy, comfort, blissfulness, success, fortune.
    • Aptness.
    • state of well being characterized by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy
    • pleasing and appropriate way or style (especially fashion or form of expression)
    • Great happiness; bliss.
    • Great happiness; bliss.
    • An instance of good joy.
    • Great glee; bliss.
    • a case of great glee.
    • A cause or source of pleasure.
    • an example of great pleasure.
    • A cause or source of glee.
    • a proper and pleasing manner or style: felicity of expression.
    • A cause or source of joy.
    • An appropriate and pleasing fashion or design: felicity of appearance.
    • a case of appropriate and pleasing way or design.
    • a suitable and pleasing way or design: felicity of phrase.
    • a case of proper and pleasing fashion or design.
    • Archaic Good fortune.
    • an example of proper and pleasing way or design.
    • Archaic Good fortune.
    • Happiness.
    • Archaic Chance.
    • Apt and pleasing style in writing, address, etc.
    • Happiness.
    • joy.
    • Apt and pleasing design on paper, address, etc.
    • Apt and pleasing design written down, message, etc.
    • Something that is often a source of glee or specifically likely.
    • Something that is both a source of joy or specifically likely.
    • Reproduction of an indication with fidelity. eg. "The quote was rendered with felicity."
    • Reproduction of a sign with fidelity. eg. "The quote had been rendered with felicity."
    • their state of being happy; blessedness; blissfulness; satisfaction of great.
    • their state to be delighted; blessedness; blissfulness; enjoyment of good.
    • That which encourages glee; a fruitful or gratifying event; success; true blessing.
    • Something that is either a source of joy or specifically apt.
    • a nice faculty or accomplishment.
    • joy; bliss; blessedness; a blissful or pleased condition.
    • That which creates or promotes glee; a felicitous scenario or condition of things; a source of joy: most commonly when you look at the plural.
    • A skilful or happy faculty or turn; felicitous adroitness or propriety; a happy knack or option; appropriateness: because, an unusual felicity of term.
    • a proper or delighted change of idea or expression.
    • In astrology, a good aspect.
    • Synonyms Blessedness, Bliss, an such like. (identify glee); pleasure, convenience, blissfulness, success, fortune.
    • Aptness.
    • state of well-being described as thoughts ranging from contentment to intense pleasure
    • Reproduction of an indicator with fidelity. eg. "The quotation was rendered with felicity."
    • what promotes delight; a fruitful or gratifying occasion; prosperity; true blessing.
    • hawaii of being happy; blessedness; blissfulness; satisfaction of good.
    • a nice faculty or achievement.
    • That which promotes joy; a fruitful or gratifying event; success; blessing.
    • joy; bliss; blessedness; a blissful or happy state.
    • A pleasing faculty or success.
    • what produces or encourages happiness; a felicitous circumstance or state of things; a source of delight: most frequently within the plural.
    • joy; bliss; blessedness; a blissful or happy condition.
    • A skilful or happy professors or turn; felicitous adroitness or propriety; a happy knack or option; appropriateness: since, an unusual felicity of term.
    • a proper or pleased turn of thought or expression.
    • In astrology, a great aspect.
    • Synonyms Blessedness, Bliss, an such like. (identify delight); pleasure, comfort, blissfulness, success, chance.
    • Aptness.
    • state of wellbeing described as thoughts ranging from contentment to intense happiness
    • pleasing and appropriate manner or design (especially manner or design of phrase)
    • pleasing and appropriate manner or design (especially fashion or design of expression)
    • what produces or encourages joy; a felicitous circumstance or state of things; a source of happiness: most frequently in plural.
    • A skilful or pleased professors or change; felicitous adroitness or propriety; a happy talent or option; appropriateness: as, an unusual felicity of term.
    • the right or happy turn of idea or appearance.
    • In astrology, a favorable aspect.
    • Synonyms Blessedness, Bliss, etc. (identify pleasure); happiness, convenience, blissfulness, success, chance.
    • Aptness.
    • condition of well-being described as emotions ranging from contentment to intense pleasure
    • pleasing and proper manner or style (especially fashion or model of phrase)

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