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bliss

noun \ˈblis\

: complete happiness

Full Definition of BLISS

1
:  complete happiness

Examples of BLISS

  1. Relaxing on the porch of our private villa was sheer bliss.
  2. <the godly life she has lived will surely lead to infinite bliss after death>

Origin of BLISS

Middle English blisse, from Old English bliss; akin to Old English blīthe blithe
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with BLISS

BLISS Defined for Kids

bliss

noun \ˈblis\

Definition of BLISS for Kids

:  great happiness :  joy
bliss·ful \-fəl\ adjective
bliss·ful·ly \-fə-lē\ adverb

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