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
We laugh, we're silly, and we're blissfully free of our responsibilities to
  anyone but ourselves.
It shows that you are blissfully ignorant, something that has no value on a
  science site.
These kids were so blissfully unaware and totally uncritical because of their
  privilege.
Both of which many of my students seem to be blissfully ignorant.
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