blissful[ blis-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF blissful
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLISSFUL
Their interviews were first blissful, then anxious, then sad, then stormy.
Ah, what comfort there was for them in that first blissful moment!
Would such a blissful hour ever come again to him in this life?
But nobody could have thought so from his face, which bore no signs of blissful anticipation.
And of all this the British public had remained in blissful ignorance.
Must she leave her home,—the home that had been so blissful, so hospitable?
And we leave them hand in hand, yearning on each other through their blissful tears.
Your sleep is sweet in your sweet innocence, And I will not disturb your blissful rest.
All pain, all suffering, all fatigue were forgotten in the blissful knowledge.
If you do speak of us, say that I have known woman's happiest, most blissful lot.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BLISSFUL
- carried away
- caught up in
- hung up
- wrapped up