Expression of pleasure.

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Child Elements  

jubil* pos rel act m itg Rejoicing, exultation, celebration, shouting for joy, jubilation.
jubilor* gen act To rejoice, exult, celebrate, shout for joy.


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asper* Aggravation Increase in severity, bitterness, or violence.
jok* Amusement Holding the attention of someone pleasantly.
qawd* Cheer
sat* Content
dol* Dejection
* Discontent Opposite of Content.
* Homesickness Pain over separation from one's home or family.
lament* Lamentation Expression of pain.
* Nostalgia Passive affections for things of the past.
pen* Pain Negative passive affection.
hedon* Pleasure Positive passive affection.
* Regret Pain over wrongdoing.
* Rejoicing Expression of pleasure.
lev* Relief Decrease in severity, bitterness, or violence.
taedj* Weariness


Rejoicing synonyms

NOUN: REJOICING, exultation, triumph, jubilation, heyday, flush, reveling or revelling; merrymaking (amusement) [See Amusement]; jubilee (celebration) [See Celebration]; pæan, Te Deum [L.] &c. (thanks-giving) [See Worship]; congratulation [See Congratulation].\n SMILE, simper, smirk, grin; broad grin, sardonic grin.\n LAUGHTER, giggle, titter, snicker, snigger, crow, cheer, chuckle, shout; Homeric laughter; horse -, hearty- laugh; guffaw; burst -, fit -, shout -, roar -, peal- of laughter; cachinnation; Kentish fire.\n risibility; derision [See Ridicule]; “sport that wrinkled Care derides” [Milton].\n Momus; Democritus the Abderite; rollicker.\n CHEER, huzza, hurrah or hurra, cheering; shout, yell [U. S. & Can.], college yell; tiger [colloq.].\n \nVERB: REJOICE; thank -, bless- one’s stars; congratulate oneself, hug oneself; rub -, clap- one’s hands; smack the lips, fling up one’s cap; dance, skip; sing, carol, chirrup, chirp; hurrah or hurra; cry for joy, leap with joy, skip for joy; exult (boast) [See Boasting]; triumph; hold jubilee (celebrate) [See Celebration]; sing a Te Deum, sing a pæan of triumph; make merry (sport) [See Amusement].\n SMILE, simper, smirk; grin, - like a Cheshire cat [colloq.]; mock, laugh in one’s sleeve.\n LAUGH, - outright; giggle, titter, snigger, snicker, crow, smicker [obs.], chuckle, cackle; burst out; burst into a roar of laughter, burst into a fit of laughter; shout, split [colloq.], roar.\n shake -, split -, hold both- cne’s sides; roar -, shake -, nearly die -, die- with laughter.\n raise laughter (amuse) [See Amusement].