44 adjectives to describe « joy » | Collocation dictionary
This would be difficult to repeat, suggests Kyle McSlarrow, Dan Quayle's campaign manager, because much of Buchanan's 1996 campaign team (including sister Bay) is unavailable, because the field is so crowded, and because the voters have "wised up," I add, quoting only myself, a man who finds simplejoy in the phrase "Dan Quayle's campaign manager."
One piece follows a New York Liberty road trip, admiring the team's genuine camaraderie, warmth, and sheerjoy, and calling each game "a celebration of girl power."
They bore the express image of Jesus, and their countenances beamed with holyjoy, expressive of the freedom and happiness of the place.
What we're waiting for is the trip to Vega, and indeed, this 10-minute sequence turns out to be purejoy.
"The sheer vitality and pure innerjoy contained within the music disguises how dated it really is," says the Daily Telegraph 's Neil McCormick.
An absolutejoy to the ear!
Innocence is the quality by which we experience pure, childlikejoy, without the limitations of prejudice or conditionings.
The real culturaljoy, however, lay in just immersing myself in this aura, evoking Dante and 8½, and watching the occupants through the steamy haze as they lathered, rinsed, and squatted on little plastic stools to shave before low-hung misted mirrors against the walls—all this before I slap-slapped back to my room to enjoy dinner on the floor.
The big, bright images of flowers seem to have sprung from a determinedjoy and optimism that eclipses daily concerns.
Still with eagerjoy and pleasure Sita turned her eye once more, Where the tuneful swans and saras flocked on Jumna's sandy shore.
Intertwining hearts, or inscribed phrases such as "of earthlyjoys thou art my choice" are evidence of their purpose, a surmounting crown symbolising Mary Queen Of Scots.
His bizarre pronouncements have been a source of endlessjoy to Russian political journalists.
Randy's Wrap-Up To thoughtful quiz participants (thoughtful in the sense of "acutely thinking," not in the sense of "considerately sending a Hanukkah gift to the quiz wrangler whose shirt size is 15/34 and whose liquor size is one liter), chills can be induced by both fear and joy, particularly eroticjoy.
And the ransomed of the Lord will return and come to Zion with singing, with everlastingjoy on their heads.
She said Wendy was so incapacitated by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) that she had to spend almost all her time in bed, yet she radiated peace and tranquility, a love of life, and a very evidentjoy of the Lord.
Bruce, said Webster, experiencedjoy, sadness and jealousy and had a reasoning ability.
Substituting quinoa for the traditional bulghur wheat gives this tabouli a lighter, fluffier, and slightly nutty taste and enables people allergic to wheat to experience the flavourfuljoys of this Middle Eastern dish.
But the delicious look of breasts in bras, to say nothing of the delicious feel of them for the wearer, taps into a very ancient humanjoy.
There has been immensejoy in returning to its pages to walk the old lore again, and to bring into it later wisdom shared.
The incrediblejoy and satisfaction derived from harvesting, in a sustainable manner, seafood that is essentially off the menu for most New Zealanders as we find ourselves competing with world markets for our crayfish, paua and hapuka.
Proof of this can be seen in a recent Diary article by Ruth Dudley Edwards [ The Independent , 23 January 1995, p. 13] in which she quotes, with inexpressiblejoy, the following passage from Angela Thirkell's The Brandons : Mr. Grant, really quite glad of an excuse to dismount, offered his cock to Lydia, who immediately flung a leg over it, explaining that she had put on a frock with pleats on purpose, as she always felt sick if she rode sideways.
What follows is one of the more joylessjoy rides in recent memory.
Critics from all corners rave over Disney's first major release of the summer: "Never has an animated feature seemed more animated by sheer kineticjoy" (Joe Morgenstern, the Wall Street Journal ).
Cherished husband of the lateJoy and beloved father and father-in-law of Lyn and Alan Stobie (Hokitika) and Glenn (Ti Tree Point, Dannevirke).
Nor does the psalm sing as Henry Ward Beecher put it in “Life Thoughts,” “like a nightingale...of small homely feather singing shyly out of obscurity” filling...“the air of the whole world with melodiousjoy greater than the heart can conceive.” What were the translators of the New English Bible thinking?
There is a spate of worshipful Web sites devoted to her, and a breathless and wildly premature biography by Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal, Cecilia Bartoli: The Passion of Song , which describes her as "a sensuous, embodied angel, standing quietly on a concert stage as she report[s] back to God about the mysteriousjoys and sorrows of human existence."
Such people will move on if they find no reactivejoy in your newsgroup.
They had obtained the victory, and it called forth from them the deepest gratitude, and holy, sacredjoy."
My immediate cause for seasonaljoy: "Year in Review" stories, particularly that classic slab of reheated journalistic hash, the list of "Top News Stories of 1998."
Perhaps he took a shortjoy ride or prematurely dropped a bomb (his four 500-pound bombs are still missing).
Two of the signs of metal health are; the ability to show appropriate emotion Rom 12:15; and expressing spontaneousjoy.
So a day of supremejoy came to a close.
"As you first experience the labor of the harvest and discover you are actually able to raise these perishing ones to their feet by giving them living water from the divine spring, Jesus, you have tremendousjoy.
Sweet, tremulousJoy Jordan (Jane Adams), the youngest, has turned 30 and still lives in the house of her parents, Mona (Louise Lasser) and Lenny (Ben Gazzara), who have a condo in Florida and are in the throes of a vexingly tentative separation.
Decorated fair Ayodhya in their wild tumultuousjoy!
This ardent faith and unabashedjoy under extraordinary hardships were Peter's trademarks.
The South China Morning Post described scenes of "unconfinedjoy" and "delight" at the arrival of the People's Liberation Army, and according to Britain's Independent , "[a]lmost everyone agreed that China's resumption of sovereignty would help wipe out a turf war that has gripped Macau's gambling industry and sparked 39 triad gangster killings this year alone."
He showed the same uncriticaljoy and pride in everything they did.
This little beauty has been the alternatejoy and despair of many an aquarist.
A beam of sunlight coming in the window On the shrine a bee drinks nectar from a sunflower I look on in amazedjoy Things are different from a moment ago.
He who is earnest and meditative, obtains amplejoy.
By yet another magical coincidence his account on my behalf was rendered on my birthday (4th December 1995) which added to my annualjoy.
To be sure, there is a certainjoy in watching a pol caught in pandering gridlock.