[ UK /hˈæpi/ ]
[ US /ˈhæpi/ ]
[ US /ˈhæpi/ ]
marked by good fortune
a happy outcome
a felicitous life
enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
spent many happy days on the beach
a happy marriage
a happy smile
well expressed and to the point
a happy turn of phrase
a few well-chosen words
eagerly disposed to act or to be of service
glad to help
How To Use happy In A Sentence
- That call my slumbering life to wake to happy things. A Book of Strife in the Form of The Diary of an Old Soul
- May each hour be a happy one on this special day.Love is always my gift to you for today and every day.
- The old ceiling and bar brought back many memories of happy carefree days of yore to those present.
- But the family have pulled together and, in spite of fits of irritability, are happy.
- There is something about rainy days that can make you feel strangely melancholic and happy at the same time.
- Excepting his quaint epithets which he affects to render literally from the Greek, a language above all others blest in the happy marriage of sweet words, and which in our language are mere printer's compound epithets -- such as quaffed divine Literary Remains, Volume 1
- However, this happy juxtaposition of Eastern style and Western living has not always been so effortless.
- the unhappy truth
- Naturally, her husband was very pleased and only too happy to oblige with the ‘work.’
- I am treasuring up my thoughts of this happy time to give me joy in the future.