joy


joy
n.

1) to express; feel joy

2) to find, take joy

3) to radiate joy

4) boundless, great, indescribable, ineffable, overwhelming, sheer, unbounded, unbridled joy

5) joy in (they found joy in helping others)

6) a joy to + inf. (it was a joy to behold)

7) joy that + clause (she could not hide her joy that everyone was safe)

8) for, with joy (to dance with joy)

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[dʒɔɪ]
feel joy
indescribable
ineffable
overwhelming
sheer
take joy
unbounded
unbridled joy
with joy (to dance with joy)
boundless
for
to express
to find
to radiate joy
a joy to + inf. (it was a joy to behold)
joy that + clause (she could not hide her joy that everyone was safe)
joy in (they found joy in helping others)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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