Examples of bliss in a Sentence
Relaxing on the porch of our private villa was sheer bliss.
the godly life she has lived will surely lead to infinite bliss after death
Recent Examples of bliss from the Web
Part of the joys of being a child is the bliss that comes with it.
That’s pure gold—the King Kamehameha of total travel bliss.
While the mind can’t be fooled into a permanent state of bliss, the idea that our feelings are a result of the things that happen to our body can help us in other ways.
Those brave enough to sneak one on the way to the table will be rewarded with a super-hot and extra crunchy bite of onion bliss.
That symphony, with its musical sleigh bells, so reminiscent of childhood bliss, is a recurring motif in Jamie Bernstein’s book.
Jamison Carter’s new sculptures are like stage sets for splendor, together forming a Potemkin village of triumphal bliss.
As Robb highlighted in her New Republic piece, Shirley Temple was famously one of them, marrying her husband after 12 days and going on to enjoy more than a half-century of wedded bliss.
Barefoot and beachy on her big day in 1998, Crawford was the picture of bliss, trading the formality of a billowing crepe gown and voluminous updo for sheer, unfettered simplicity.
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BLISS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bliss for English Language Learners
: complete happiness
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