happier

[ hap-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF happier
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The tune was familiar to her in happier days, and she listened to it with tears.

I sometimes fancy that the old woman is the happier of the two.

And when the news came that he was getting better, his father did not seem the least happier!

Christine saw his approval, and was happier than she had been for weeks.

Since then—curious as it will no doubt sound—I have been happier.

Possibly he could have been happier in a careless way if he had never suffered.

Yet I was now happier and better satisfied with myself than I had ever been before.

I assured her that I now expected to be happier than I had ever been.

I do not know that I have ever passed a happier summer than the present has been.

It was difficult to say which was happier, the charming guest or its kind hosts.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HAPPIER

better-off

adjectivebeing in a more advantageous position
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