Definition of overjoyed
: feeling great joy
Examples of overjoyed in a Sentence
She was overjoyed to see her sister again.
They weren't overjoyed at the idea of working together.
I'm overjoyed that you can come to my party.
Recent Examples of overjoyed from the Web
Instead, many Republicans seem overjoyed to embrace the Trump Jr. –Russia meeting.
That’s what an overjoyed Lucky Whitehead shared on Snapchat early Tuesday morning after paying at least part of a ransom demanded by a dognapper to ensure the safe return of his dog, Blitz.
Orlando City coach Jason Kreis was happy for the three points but not overjoyed after his team beat Real Salt Lake 1-0 Friday night.
Lisa is less than overjoyed when Jo decides to devote her energies not to finishing her novel but to conceiving a child, through artificial insemination, with her wife’s brother (Bryan Dechart).
But LSU fans aren't exactly overjoyed about a rematch with the Bulldogs, perhaps thinking about the LSU-Alabama 2011 football tango.
The fan then handed it to a young boy, who was overjoyed to get the souvenir.
Update, 5/23/17 at 11:42 p.m.: Parents are overjoyed that American Girl has recently righted what many considered a serious mistake.
By now, eager Beyoncé fans (a.k.a., anyone who knows what’s good for them) likely have anxiety comparable to overjoyed family members in a hospital waiting room.
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First Known Use of overjoyed
OVERJOYED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overjoyed for English Language Learners
: filled with great joy : very happy
OVERJOYED Defined for Kids
Definition of overjoyed for Students
: filled with great joy
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