overjoy

All Noun Adverb Verb
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  • I had never felt so overjoyed in my life as at that moment. Cited from The Doctor's Dilemma, by Hesba Stretton
  • The latter was overjoyed because he felt certain that now the boy would no longer die young. Cited from Deccan Nursery Tales, by C. A. Kincaid
  • She is overjoyed to see him although he is actually meeting her for the first time.
  • Top seemed overjoyed that he had brought help to his dog friend. Cited from The Curlytops and Their Pets, by Howard R. Garis
  • You may be sure that her mother was overjoyed to see her. Cited from Tales of Giants from Brazil, by Elsie Spicer Eells
  • Overjoyed, they ask why the army had reported that he had died in action.
  • She was overjoyed, and ran back into the palace to tell the king. Cited from Deccan Nursery Tales, by C. A. Kincaid
  • The wife, however, is overjoyed that her husband will soon be returning to her.
  • Neither have seen him in eleven years and both are overjoyed at his return.
  • They are overjoyed to know that they are still single and free to be with each other.
  • He's overjoyed and Sun tells him she needs to tells him something.
  • He comes home and finds his mother overjoyed to see him.
  • And the good little sisters were so overjoyed that they could scarcely speak. Cited from St. Nicholas Magazine for boys and Girls, Vol. 5, Dec 1877, No. 2
  • If he loved it, he came in the room and was overjoyed with love from his side.
  • That he was really overjoyed at coming upon her in a free hour it was impossible to doubt. Cited from Under the Country Sky, by Grace S. Richmond
  • They could laugh very easily, for they were overjoyed to have me going home with them. Cited from The Morgesons, by Elizabeth Stoddard
  • Both were overjoyed at the turn of events and full of hope.
  • Benjamin said that she was overjoyed when she was eventually given the part.
  • Malcolm was overjoyed to hear him speak with something like his old manner. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XV., No. 85., by Various
  • Who would not be glad, overjoyed, indeed, to get away from such an environment? Cited from Sheila of Big Wreck Cove, by James A. Cooper

Words starting with overjoy

Meaning of overjoy

  • verb Cause to feel extremely joyful or happy
    the economic growth overjoyed the German industry