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A mere half-hour at the market will generate the same blissful reaction.

The bean-bag-esque filling creates a sort of weighted blanket effect for one’s eyeballs, making it easier to drift off into blissful inner silence while you’re meditating or napping.

That makes our daydreams deeply intertwined with our emotions, hence why on duller days we might imagine more blissful scenes.

I spent multiple blissful walks listening to it this summer … I finally watched the three-part docuseries Inside Bill’s Brain, the all-access and slightly puffy deep dive on Netflix into Bill Gates by Davis Guggenheim.

From Fortune

It can be absolutely blissful when a kitty falls asleep purring in your lap.

I just think the cold is blissful”—a pause for an inside-joke smile—“in my antiquity.

“Yes, you will find it,” Cosmo assures readers, promising to help them “reap the blissful benefits” upon discovering the region.

Because a press tour as blissful as this demands immortalization, here are the highlights from the past two weeks.

It is a constant struggle to choose the unpleasant and real over the blissful unwinding of our evolutionary danger signals.

I am able to maintain this blissful state thanks to the miraculous Mirena IUD.

The story was brought to a proper and blissful conclusion; still Sue was sleepless.

Overflowing with blissful excitement, I rushed into the house to tell mother the joyful news.

Jessie lay back and closed her eyes with a blissful sense of freedom from danger.

I have been awake all this long night, thinking of thee, my Algernon, and longing for the blissful hour of meeting.

But he fell asleep very quickly, still with the same look of blissful triumph on his face.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blissful, such as: dreamy, enchanted, euphoric, heavenly, joyous, and beatific.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.