happy happy  /ˈhæ pi/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
  2. (adj) marked by good fortune
  3. (adj) eagerly disposed to act or to be of service
  4. (adj) well expressed and to the point

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. A look at how happy Americans are with their jobs.
  2. On the heels of a relatively cheery government jobs report comes news that American workers are hop-skippingly happy with their jobs.
  3. He wanted to persuade substantial numbers in the profession to explore the region north of zero, to look at what actively made people feel fulfilled, engaged and meaningfully happy.

News

  1. Happy birthday Madeline!

    Happy birthday Madeline! Madeline Wright celebrated her birthday this year just like last year. Instead of receiving birthday gifts for herself, she asked for gifts for the animals of Wags to Whiskers of Texas. Madeline is the daughter of Alan and Catherine Wright of Kingwood.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: East Montgomery County Observer

  2. Happy Valley man found with drugs, stolen property at residence

    A Happy Valley man was arrested early Tuesday morning after law enforcement found drugs, stolen property and firearms during a search of his residence.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Anderson Valley Post

  3. Happy Chic bedding is a fab find

    Happy Chic from Jonathan Adler is a bright spot at J. C. Penney.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

Quotes

  1. "The group deserves this, but we want more," sublime Spanish striker David Villa said. "We are happy to be in the final, that was our objective. But now we want to be champions."
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: David Villa Source: The Associated Press

  2. "I think I'm happy that I have the owner that I have here in Miami," Wade told The Associated Press late Thursday night.
    on Jul 9, 2010 By: Dwyane Wade Source: AOL News

  3. "I'm really happy : I had nothing to lose, and I wanted to try my chances," said Petacchi, who also won four stages in the 2004 tour.
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Alessandro Petacchi Source: The Age

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