Antonyms for infelicity

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Here we trace the origin of the infelicity of this religious household.

In an instant Christie saw the infelicity of her position, and its dangers.

Senator Boompointer, unconscious of any infelicity in his interruption, was calmly waiting.

Life is an act of God: he would not have it marred again by infelicity like his own.

No man can judge of the happiness or infelicity of his neighbour.

Keats died young; and ‘yet his infelicity had years too many.’

But if the happiness of Hamet was lessened, the infelicity of Almoran was increased.

To me there is no hint in the story of the infelicity Mr. Frohman hinted at.

Thus, to all but a very small proportion of humanity, the married state would be one of infelicity and degeneration.

There is still another reason why, to many minds, the relation of other men's infelicity may give a lasting and continual relief.

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