Having a arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, such as comfort, peace, or tranquillity; blissful, contented, joyous.
“Music makes me feel happy.”
Experiencing the effect of favored by fortune or luck; fortunate, lucky, propitious.
Content, satisfied (with or to do something); having no objection (to something).
“Are you happy to pay me back by the end of the week?”
“Yes, I am happy with the decision.”
Of acts, speech, etc.: appropriate, apt, felicitous.
“a happy coincidence”
Favoring or inclined to use.
Of persons, especially when referring to their ability to express themselves (often followed by at or in): dexterous, ready, skilful.
preceded by the: happy people as a group.
A happy event, thing, person, etc.
Often followed by up: to become happy; to brighten up, to cheer up.
Often followed by up: to cheer, to enliven.
(of people) Favoured by luck; fortunate; having good success or good fortune
“a lucky adventurer”
“The downed pilot is very lucky to be alive.”
Producing, or resulting in, good fortune
“a lucky mistake”
“a lucky cast”
“a lucky hour”
feeling or showing pleasure or contentment
“they are happy to see me doing well”
“Melissa came in looking happy and excited”
“we’re just happy that he’s still alive”
having a sense of trust and confidence in (a person, arrangement, or situation)
“he was not happy about the proposals”
satisfied with the quality or standard of
“I’m happy with his performance”
willing to do something
“we will be happy to advise you”
used in greetings
fortunate and convenient
“he had the happy knack of making people like him”
inclined to use a specified thing excessively or at random
“they tended to be grenade-happy”