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Positive words to describe happiness “happy words”
A cheerful list of synonyms for happiness and words to describe happiness.
Amusing entertaining; pleasing; funny; hilarious; arousing laughter and enjoyment.Auspicious
Beaming cheerful; happy; radiant.Beguiled filled with delight and wonder.Blissful full of or characterized by felicity and joy; completely happy; glorified; blessed.Blithe merry; sprightly; joyous; glad; cheerful.Buoyant having life or vigor or spirit; light-hearted; vivacious; cheerful.
Carefree free of worry, trouble and care.Cheerful having life or vigor or spirit; cheery; contented; happy; joyful; lively; animated.Cheery showing or promoting good spirits or mood; cheerful; pleasant; lively; bright.Chipper cheerful; lively; talkative.Chirpy energetic and happy; lively; talkative; in a good mood.Cock-a-hoop exultant; jubilant; very happy.Contented expressing or feeling happiness or satisfaction.
Delectable delightful; delicious; greatly pleasing.Delighted joyous; joyful; greatly pleased; filled with delight and wonder.Diverting entertaining; amusing; pleasing.
Ebullient joyously enthusiastic; high-spirited; overflowing; bubbling.Ecstatic pleasurable, joyful, delighted, happy, overpowering or entrancing beyond measure.Effervescent enthusiastic; vivacious; fizzy; high-spirited.Elated extremely joyful and proud; highly pleased or delighted; high-spirited.Enjoyable pleasant; yielding satisfaction, pleasure or enjoyment.Enraptured filled with great joy and pleasure.Entertaining amusing; pleasing; diverting.Esprit liveliness of spirit or mind; enthusiasm.Euphoric exaggerated or intense feeling of happiness, pleasure or well-being.Exhilarated elated; envigorated; in high spirits.Exuberant luxuriant; lavish; extremely energetic; very highly enthusiastic; full of unrestrained joy, enthusiasm and cheer.Exultant expressing or characterized by rejoice or joy; triumphant.
Fain happy; satisfied; willing.Felicitous happy; prosperous; delightful; skillful; successful; fortunate; pleasing.Fortuitous fortunate or lucky.Funny causing amusement, laughter or mirth; intended to amuse or being comical; amusing.
Gaiety the state of joyful merriment or exuberance; mirthfulness; vivacity.Giddy lightheartedly silly; joyfully elated; given to frivolity.Glad pleased and cheerful; feeling happy; appreciative; very willing; joyous; gratified.Gleeful triumphantly joyful; full of overjoyed delight; merry.Good-humored cheerful; amiable; happy.Grateful thankful; showing appreciation; gratifying; pleasing.Grin to smile broadly (especially to show pleasure or amusement).
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Halcyon peaceful; calm; tranquil; serene; happy; prosperous; golden.Happy fortunate; enjoying; joyful; marked by good luck, pleasure or satisfaction; felicitous.High happy; excited; energetic.High-spirited courageous; lively; vivacious; bold; cheerfully unrestrained.Hilarious extremely funny; mirthful; merry; jolly.Hopeful expecting some pleasant fulfillment, success or promise.Humorous jocular; funny; playful.Hysterical extremely or excessively funny.
In a good mood having an cheerful and easygoing disposition.In good spirits happy; cheerful; looking toward the future positively, despite unhappy circumstances.In seventh heaven ecstatic; extremely happy.Invigorating giving energy, strength or vitality.
Jaunty having a lively, cheerful, buoyant or self-confident air; brisk.Jocular merry; amusing; humorous; sportive; waggish.Jolly full of good humor and merry spirits; enjoyable; greatly pleasing; mirthful; cheerful.Jovial characterized by good cheer and hearty conviviality; merry; hilarious; jolly; majestic.Joyful feeling or causing delight; very glad; full of joy and happiness.Joyous joyful; happy; glad; merry.Jubilant expressing joy or happiness; triumphant; exulting; full of delight.
Light free from troubles or worries; blithe.Light-hearted happy and carefree; cheerful; merry; free from anxiety.Lively full, of life, spirit and energy; refreshing; invigorating; brisk.Lucky fortuitous; favored by luck or chance.
Merry jolly; joyous; happy; offering fun, laughter and gaiety.Mirthful full of merriment, gladness and gaiety; jovial.
Never been better feeling great; feeling better than ever.
On cloud nine extremely happy; euphoric.On top of the world elated and very happy; exceptionally pleased or satisfied.Optimistic disposed to take the most favorable or hopeful view of matter; hopeful; sanguine.Overjoyed extremely happy and joyful.Over the moon extremely delighted, happy or pleased.
Peace of mind serene and happy; the absence of anxiety or mental stress.Perky characterized by lightheartedness and liveliness; jaunty; sprightlyPlayful full of high spirits and fun; humorous; recreational; frolicsome.Pleased happy; content; experiencing satisfaction or pleasure.Positive optimistic; confident.Propitious auspicious; favorable; kind; helpful; gracious.
Radiant emanating great love, joy, happiness or health.Rapturous filled with great joy or delight; ecstatic; ravishing.Rejoicing an act of showing joy and happiness.Relish to take zestful or keen pleasure in.
Satisfied filled with satisfaction, pleasure or enjoyment.Serene pleasantly peaceful or calm; without anxiety or worry.Smiley cheerful; smiling; happy.Smiling smiling with optimism or happiness.Spirited full of vigor, life or courage; lively.Sprightly full of vitality and spirit; lively; brisk; vivacious; energetic.Sunny cheerful; genial; warm; bright; shining; radiant.
Thrilled extremely delighted or excited; feeling intense pleasurable and enjoyable excitement.Tickled pink greatly pleased or entertained; delighted.
Untroubled easy in mind; free from worries and distractions.Upbeat happy; optimistic; having a fast and positive tone.
Zany comical; ludicrously comical, bizarre or clownish.Zesty characterized by spirited enjoyment or excitement.Zingy pleasantly stimulating.Zippy lively; full of energy; energetically cheerful.
ps. See also 100 quotes about happiness.
You might also have noticed that many of the synonyms or related slang words are racist/sexist/offensive/downright appalling – that’s mostly thanks to the lovely community over at Urban Dictionary (not affiliated with Urban Thesaurus). Urban Thesaurus crawls the web and collects millions of different slang terms, many of which come from UD and turn out to be really terrible and insensitive (this is the nature of urban slang, I suppose). Hopefully the related words and synonyms for “term” are a little tamer than average.
As you’ve probably noticed, the slang synonyms for “term” are listed above. Note that due to the nature of the algorithm, some results returned by your query may only be concepts, ideas or words that are related to “term” (perhaps tenuously). This is simply due to the way the search algorithm works.
The Urban Thesaurus was created by indexing millions of different slang terms which are defined on sites like Urban Dictionary. These indexes are then used to find usage correlations between slang terms. The official Urban Dictionary API is used to show the hover-definitions. Note that this thesaurus is not in any way affiliated with Urban Dictionary.
Due to the way the algorithm works, the thesaurus gives you mostly related slang words, rather than exact synonyms. The higher the terms are in the list, the more likely that they’re relevant to the word or phrase that you searched for. The search algorithm handles phrases and strings of words quite well, so for example if you want words that are related to lol and rofl you can type in lol rofl and it should give you a pile of related slang terms. Or you might try boyfriend or girlfriend to get words that can mean either one of these (e.g. bae). Please also note that due to the nature of the internet (and especially UD), there will often be many terrible and offensive terms in the results.
There is still lots of work to be done to get this slang thesaurus to give consistently good results, but I think it’s at the stage where it could be useful to people, which is why I released it.
Special thanks to the contributors of the open-source code that was used in this project: @krisk, @HubSpot, and @mongodb.
Finally, you might like to check out the growing collection of curated slang words for different topics over at Slangpedia.
You know your daughter better than anyone. You love her more than life itself. You’ve been there for all the major milestones in her life, including her birthdays.
So, coming up with the perfect birthday wish for her should be easy, right?
Not necessarily. Because your daughter means so much to you, it can be tough to come up with words that rise to the occasion. Plus, after you’ve marked a certain number of birthdays with your daughter, finding something unique to say can be a challenge.
That’s where the following list could come in handy. Whether you want to gush over your little girl, or just give her a laugh, you can find something that fits the bill in this big list of birthday wishes for a daughter.
Here are some heartfelt birthday messages that let your daughter know she’s the best. For more wording ideas along these lines, see our list of “Happy Birthday, Beautiful” messages.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, who is beautiful inside and out.
Best birthday wishes for the best daughter ever. Hope you have a wonderful day, sweetheart.
We loved you the day you were born, we’ve loved you every day since, and we will love you in all the days to come. Happy Birthday to a daughter who means the world to us.
You have awed me at every stage of your life – from delightful baby, to sweet little girl, to the strong, poised, independent woman you are today. Happy Birthday to a lady I am so proud to call my daughter.
Happy Birthday, sunshine. I love you today and every day.
Happy Birthday to my beautiful daughter, who is amazing in every way.
Happy Birthday, princess! You rule.
Best birthday wishes for a wonderful daughter. If there’s one thing I could change about you, it would be… absolutely nothing. I love you just the way you are.
Hope you get lots of gifts on your birthday, sweetheart. You being born was the greatest gift we ever received.
I loved you when you were born, I love you still, always have, always will. Happy Birthday, sweetheart.
You’re not just a wonderful daughter, but a wonderful person. Hope your birthday is equally wonderful.
Happy Birthday to my fun, fearless, and downright fabulous daughter. Today is the anniversary of the day you came into our lives, and that’s a very big deal.
Humor is always welcome in a birthday greeting. Here are some funny birthday wishes for a daughter.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, who somehow got all the good genes in our family and none of the bad ones.
Happy Birthday to a wonderful daughter! You are truly a remarkable young lady, thanks in large part to my genes.
Happy Birthday to my daughter! Now that you no longer live under my roof, feel free to eat birthday cake until you puke, go out dressed like a tramp, and stay up until all hours of the night.
Happy Birthday to a girl who’s so beautiful, smart, and talented that even I have a hard time believing she’s my biological offspring.
Best birthday wishes for a wonderful daughter. I have nothing but sweet memories about raising you, although it’s entirely possible I’ve blocked out some of the teen years.
Happy Birthday to our daughter, who has somehow avoided being spoiled rotten despite our best efforts.
The relationship between a daughter and her mom is special, and warrants its own section of birthday wishes.
Happy Birthday to a sweet, loving, gorgeous, and talented lady, who takes after her mom.
Happy Birthday, darling! I’m so glad you were born, even if it did practically wreck my body.
Your birthday seems like the perfect time to remind you of how proud I am of the strong, kindhearted woman you have become. I gave you life, and you ran with it.
Happy Birthday to the nicest thing that’s ever come out of my nether regions.
Best birthday wishes to the best daughter ever. People say we are a lot alike, but I only wish that I had been as smart, independent, and strong at your age.
Here are some birthday messages from the birthday girl’s dad. For more on the unique bond between father and daughter, check out these heartwarming quotes.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, who has had me wrapped around her finger since the day she was born.
Happy Birthday to my lovely, caring, intelligent daughter. I’d love to take credit for the wonderful person she is, but clearly she takes after her mother.
Best birthday wishes for a wonderful daughter. You are my life’s sweetest treasure.
Happy Birthday to the best daughter a guy could ask for. Being your dad makes my life complete.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, who has been the apple of my eye ever since I first saw her.
Here are some birthday wishes for a stepdaughter.
Happy Birthday to an amazing stepdaughter. You’ve blossomed into a remarkable young woman, and I feel so lucky to have had a front-row seat for it.
Happy Birthday to my beautiful stepdaughter. Let me just say that it makes me so happy when people mistake her for my biological offspring.
Best birthday wishes to my stepdaughter. You are, without a doubt, way cooler than I was at your age.
Happy Birthday to my stepdaughter! I’m so lucky I get to have you in my life.
Here are some birthday wishes for a teen daughter. If you’re looking for something for a 16th birthday, you’ll definitely want to check out this article as well.
Happy Birthday to my daughter. I told her to stop growing up so fast, but as usual, she didn’t listen.
Happy Birthday, sweetheart! You will always be our little girl, and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Happy Birthday, sweetie pie! I love you dearly, even if you do hog all the hot water in the house.
Happy Birthday to my daughter, who gets stronger, smarter, and lovelier with each passing year.
Finally, here are some birthday wishes for a young daughter. For more ideas, see this list of birthday wishes for a little girl.
Happy Birthday to the little princess who rules my heart.
Happy Birthday to our little girl! May you live long, grow strong, and stay sweet.
Today marks the 5th anniversary of the day our little angel came into our lives.
Happy Birthday to our little princess! She’s going to grow up to be an amazing person… as long as her grandparents don’t spoil her rotten first.
Do you ever find yourself saying this:
“I’m so happy. I mean … I’m really, really happy. This makes me so happy. I’m happy – are you happy? I’m happy!”
It sounds like you need some synonyms for “happy.”
Today, I’m going to show you how to stop repeating yourself when you’re talking about positive feelings.
By the end of this lesson, you’ll be able to stop repeating yourself when you want to say that you’re feeling:
So let’s get started.
More Words for “Happy”
Pleased – This word means between “happy” and “satisfied.” Very often, you’re pleased with a particular thing. Like your exam results. Or the hippo dancing.
Cheerful – This is when someone is visibly happy. They walk into the room, and you can see it in the way they walk, what they say and the massive smile on their face.
Exuberant – This is like cheerful – but even stronger.
Euphoric – When you’re intensely happy. This is when all you can feel is your own happiness. It really is a very strong feeling.
Merry – This is a little like cheerful. Usually, when you’re feeling merry, you might be in quite a playful mood as well. We often associate this with how you feel after a couple of glasses of wine.
Overjoyed – This simply means “very happy.”
Elated – Somewhere between “happy” and “overjoyed.”
Glad – “Glad” is similar to “pleased.” Usually, you’re glad about something in particular. Like the wonderful news. Or the football result.
Bonus Idioms – Happy
Actually, there are quite a few idioms to describe being happy. Here are some of the more common ones:
You may have noticed that most of these refer to being somewhere high up. Which makes sense, right?
The Larry idiom? Well, that doesn’t make sense. I mean – who’s Larry, and why’s he so happy?
Words for “Happy” on a Scale
At the top: you’ve just won the lottery, and your doctor has told you that you have a genetic condition that means you can NEVER put on weight.
At the bottom: you’re at the supermarket, and you’ve found a till with no queue.
Take a look at this picture. How would you describe her?
Here are some more!
More Words for “Excited”
Charged – Imagine you’re about to do a parachute jump. How do you feel? This is like “excited” but has more adrenaline. More tension.
Pumped – “Pumped” is kind of similar to “charged.” You’re excited AND ready for an intense situation, like a dangerous mountain biking trail or a heavy game of kangaroo wrestling.
Words for “Excited” on a Scale
Because some words are just too strong for some situations and others are just too weak, I’m going to add a scale for each word in this lesson.
The scale ranges from “going to a new cafe” (not very exciting… but kind of exciting. A bit) to “preparing to fight a massive bear” (so exciting that it’s kind of terrifying).
So the “red zone” is something you might want to avoid unless your lifestyle is pretty extreme.
More Words for “Surprised”
Astonished – Just “very surprised”
Astounded – I’d say that this is even stronger than “astonished.” It’s got an element of shock. Maybe you look a bit like this:
Amazed – You probably already know this one. It’s like “surprised,” but there’s an air of magic to it. Like that time when you first saw a unicorn. What? You haven’t seen a unicorn yet? Well … you’ll be amazed.
Startled – This can be a bit negative sometimes. “Startled” has a feeling of shock and even alarm to it. I always think of that feeling when you’re at home, and you think no one is there. You go to the kitchen for a cup of tea, and you see your flatmate there. You thought she was out, right? How do you feel? Startled!
Taken aback – This is usually a bit more negative as well. Again, it’s on that line between “shocked” and “surprised.”
Dumbstruck – Very, very surprised. Maybe so surprised that you can’t speak.
Bonus Idiom – “Surprised”
My jaw dropped – This is about the same as “astounded.”
We also have the adjective “jaw-dropping.” Like, “Did you see that magician? Absolutely jaw-dropping! I mean … how did she make your wallet disappear completely? And then run away? Amazing!”
Words for “Surprised” on a Scale
Again – we’re going from “weak surprise” to “strong surprise.”
Weak surprise is when your friend has a new hat.
Strong surprise is when you get home, and your house is suddenly a zebra.
How many words can you use?
Here are some more!
More Words for “Interested”
Captivated – You know that feeling when you can’t stop looking at something? Like that perfect musical performance. Or one of those films that you watch, and you can never really understand what’s happening. But you just keep watching. Because you’re interested – or “captivated.”
Fascinated – Very interested
Absorbed – This is when you’re completely “stuck inside” something. Have you ever had that feeling when you’ve been so interested in a book you’re reading that you miss your bus stop? That – exactly that – is “absorbed.”
Engrossed – This is basically the same as absorbed.
Bonus Idiom – Interested
On the edge of your seat – When you’re just really interested in what’s happening. I always imagine sitting in the cinema, so interested in the film I’m watching that I’m literally sitting on the (front) edge of my seat.
Words for “Interested” on a Scale
Weak interest is when your best friend wants to tell you about their job interview. It’s kind of interesting because it’s your friend. Even though the interview itself isn’t interesting.
Strong interest is that film. We all have one of those films. It’s that film.
But how many words can you use to describe it?
More Words for “Satisfied”
Fulfilled – That special feeling you get from being satisfied with your life – maybe it’s work; maybe it’s family; maybe it’s helping homeless rabbits.
Gratified – This is more or less the same as “satisfied.”
Satiated – We usually use it to describe feeling satisfied after a meal.
Words for “Satisfied” on a Scale
At the top, we have “completing a 5-year degree course.”
At the bottom, we have that feeling after a good cup of tea.
Sometimes, it can feel great, can’t it?
More Words for “Emotional”
Moved – It simply means “emotionally affected.” For example, when we watch a powerful drama, or when someone buys us flowers unexpectedly.
Overwhelmed – This is when something gets too much for us. Have you ever suddenly started crying with happiness when you weren’t expecting it? You could say you were overwhelmed with emotion. This can be used for negative situations as well as positive ones.
Overcome – It’s basically the same as “overwhelmed.”
Impassioned – This is another way of saying “very emotional.”
Words for “Emotional” on a Scale
Low-level emotional is when your favourite TV show is doing a double-length episode this week.
And high-level emotional is “everyone you’ve ever met has decided to throw a party for you and tell you how awesome you are.” (Hmmm… maybe that’s a bit creepy, but you get the idea!)
OK. This is the last one. Before you read on … how many words do you know for relaxed?
More Words for “Relaxed”
Chilled out – You’re by the pool. You’ve got your favourite cocktail in your hand. There are no kids anywhere. You can hear the waves of the sea hitting the beach nearby. How do feel? Yep. Me too.
Calm – This one means relaxed, but it also means “not stressed” or “not angry.”
Soothed – If “calm” means “not angry/stressed,” then “soothed” means “not angry/stressed anymore.” In order to be “soothed,” you need to be angry/stressed first. Then you see the cat video, and you calm down.
Content – You know that feeling when you feel very happy with your life. Sure, you could have a bit more money, and maybe life would be a bit better if that guy in the office didn’t sing so much. But generally speaking, you’re happy and (this is the important part) you don’t want anything more. Everything’s fine the way it is. That’s “content.”
Tranquil – Remember the feeling you had by the pool? Now be 10 times more relaxed. Now you’re tranquil. Congratulations!
Serene – This one is more or less the same as “tranquil.”
Composed – You know that guy who’s always really calm, but not in that pool-side way – more in that focused, dynamic way? You could tell him that there was a bomb in his trousers, and instead of panicking he’d just figure out a way to control the situation. Never panics, never gets emotional … He’s composed.
Words for “Relaxed” on a Scale
Super relaxed is when you’ve actually just left your body.
Mildly relaxed is when you thought you had to wash a few plates. But it looks like someone else has already done it.
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