אֹשֶׁר, אֹשֶׁר עִלָאִי, שִׂמְחָה, כּוֹשֵׁר הַבָּעָה
- שִׂמְחָהבביטוייםבעייתי עודinfelicity
Noun(1) pleasing and appropriate manner or style (especially manner or style of expression(2) state of well-being characterized by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy
(1) With her fund of experience and felicity of expression, her courage and uncompromising values, what a wonderful writer she could have become!(2) We suspect felicity is not likely to accompany a sense of entitlement, which arises from a sullen sense that not only are things not improving but that that is because we have no control - the world does not appreciate our true worth.(3) I was not certain this would lead to continued domestic felicity .(4) Her vibrant stage presence, excellent command over rhythm and felicity of expression held the audience spellbound.(5) Evaluation of the work's historical quality addresses the comprehensiveness of the research, the development of the argument, and the felicity of the expression.(6) That joy├ö├ç┬¬ that felicity , he was always grinning, always wearing that dumb smirk on his face.(7) I have wondered, for instance, whether it is more a sense of brushstroke rather than verbal felicity that makes for some of the most arresting imagery in the lyric poems of David Campbell or the meditative poems of Robert Gray.(8) Prema Jayakumar's translation is done with a rare felicity that is pleasing to read.(9) English humour is subtle and effective while the felicity of expression is lost in the American humour.(10) The translations I offer aim to transcribe the phrasing of the French as exactly as possible, often at the expense of English idiom or felicity of expression.(11) For such a person, felicity after death could be higher than felicity before death.(12) But he is additionally revered for combining his extraordinary climbing ability with a felicity for writing.(13) All we have to do is speak our preferences plainly and a whole new world of mutual felicity should arise.(14) But felicity is, in the end, something to be sought.(15) What he's talking about - as always - is how to lead a good and therefore happy life; he loved productivity and valued felicity .(16) His special felicity was in the depiction of moonlight, mist-gleam and rainshine, often in combination, on parkland, ship-rigged harbours and lamp-lit city streets.
(1) felicity :: שִׂמְחָה
1. happiness ::
2. eloquence ::
1. calamity ::
2. misery ::
Different Formsfelicities, felicity, infelicities, infelicity
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