shod, xursand, xushchaqchaq, quvnoq
Adjective(1) full of or showing high-spirited merriment
(1) Accordingly, take in perfect part all I write and do; revere the cheese-shaped brain which feeds you this noble flummery; strive diligently to keep me ever jocund .(2) Within a few months, he was his usual jocund self, and growing like an aurochs.(3) ├ö├ç├┐Sit in the Sun├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐By the Cathedral├ö├ç├û tug at opposing emotions, at once jocund and unsettling.(4) I remember the advice given by the make-up artist FranÔö£┬║ois from Elizabeth Arden: ├ö├ç├┐The jocund mouth gives the true chic.├ö├ç├û(5) But Eve, ├ö├ç├┐heightened as with wine, jocund and boon├ö├ç├û, hastens to tell Adam her good news.(6) July is one of the most popular jocund , jocose, and jocular months of the year.(7) He was always jocund and grinning, while I always just stare in annoyance.(8) And I felt that if I was this happy in life, my life would be permanently happy and jocund .(9) Of course, Zwellnox's land was distinguished from the other worlds solely by its complete and utter lack of jocundity .(10) His line was the jocundly -sentimental Wardour Street brand of adventure, told in a style that exactly met, but never exceeded, every expectation.
1. gay ::
2. jolly ::
3. jovial ::
4. merry ::
Different Formsjocund, jocundity, jocundly
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