blissful

[blis-fuhl]
adjective
full of, abounding in, enjoying, or conferring bliss.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English; see bliss, -ful; replacing Old English blissig

blissfully, adverb
blissfulness, noun
unblissful, adjective
unblissfully, adverb
unblissfulness, noun
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blissful (ˈblɪsfʊl)
 
adj
1.  serenely joyful or glad
2.  blissful ignorance unawareness or inexperience of something unpleasant
 
'blissfully
 
adv
 
'blissfulness
 
n

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blissful
late 12c., blisfulle, from bliss (q.v.) + -ful.
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Example sentences
Those summers seemed blissful, sort of a happy dream.
It is not based on need but on blissful inevitability.
Fingers point, voices coo, faces crease in blissful grins.
If you have you can now live your life in blissful peace.
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