joyfulness

[ UK /d‍ʒˈɔ‍ɪfə‍lnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the emotion of great happiness
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How To Use joyfulness In A Sentence

  • He makes sure the feasting and dancing and joyfulness continue.
  • On first seeing these works, the viewer is overtaken by a sense of gaiety and joyfulness.
  • As a girl, I was inspired by her joyfulness, and as a musician I'm inspired by her technical skills and the way she made something sound effortless. Music's Best Remember Whitney Houston
  • Some have gone with her to share her joyfulness.
  • The children that are part of the cast as the fairies add to the joyfulness.
  • Yet there's a humbleness and a joyfulness; the vibe is not pretentious. Julie Brothers: EcoFarm Conference: Sustainable Agriculture, Food, Love and Butterflies
  • They played and swam with the reckless abandon and joyfulness of three year olds.
  • Actually, only when a human being is in extended periods of joyfulness and blissfulness will he stretch himself to the limits and do what he can do to the fullest. Sadhguru: Education: The Blossoming of a Child
  • On first seeing these works, the viewer is overtaken by a sense of gaiety and joyfulness.
  • With exceptional skill, in this and many other numbers, Calloway managed to play both sides of the street: Using the jive talk popular among African Americans, especially those in the big cities, he was able to communicate on a hip, insider level while delighting non-initiates (most of whom probably were white) with the joyfulness and apparent nonsense of his lyrics as well as giving them the pleasure of participating in call-and-response scat choruses. Review of "Hi-De-Ho," Alyn Shipton's biography of Cab Calloway
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