joy

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  • It was a great joy for me to be able to make it.
  • Red is the color most commonly associated with joy and well being.
  • She was a devoted mother and took great joy in her two sons.
  • Joy Division were also one of the support bands on the second night.
  • I don't think you can give me more joy as the architect.
  • Let us tell the Lord that we want nothing more than to serve him with joy.
  • However, the joy from her success would be short-lived.
  • The purpose of human existence is to return joy to God.
  • The thought of the choir scarcely entered her mind now in her new-found joy. Cited from The First Soprano, by Mary Hitchcock
  • We think with joy of the day when we will be able to say England for the English!
  • A day was always a day, and joys once lived could never be lost. Cited from The Seventh Noon, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • Where could words be found that are worthy to describe such joy?
  • Joy is also constantly let down in her personal life.
  • Do you not miss the greater joys That come with little girls and boys? Cited from The Path to Home, by Edgar A. Guest
  • The joy in writing the show was that everyone was behind it and wanted to do it.
  • But do not harbour a thought that mine is the joy of fear.
  • He has never joyed himself since; no more has any of us. Cited from The De Coverley Papers, by Joseph Addison and Others
  • This suggests her heart rose up in protest rather than in joy.
  • She and the boy were of the same age and felt the same joys. Cited from Tell Me Another Story, by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
  • The story follows both women through several years as each seeks a way of finding joy.
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Meaning of joy

  • noun The emotion of great happiness
  • noun Something or someone that provides a source of happiness
    a joy to behold, the pleasure of his company, the new car is a delight