- 1Perfect happiness; great joy: she gave a sigh of blissMore example sentences
- By working less and staying at home more, I believed naively that my husband would come home to domestic bliss and a happy marriage would ensue.
- The cat was regarded as an essential element in scenes of domestic bliss and happiness.
- I can live my life in perfect bliss knowing all too well that nothing I ever do will make any difference in this beautiful universe.
- 1.1A state of spiritual blessedness, typically that reached after death: the bliss of heavenMore example sentences
- The man who would conquer his contradictory feelings, would reach bliss in the afterlife.
- The Torah teaches us that there is an eternal life, a wholly spiritual life, whose bliss is far greater than the human mind can imagine.
- But, drawn out of her spiritual bliss and feeling trapped, she quickly turns the tables.
verb[no object] (bliss out or be blissed out) • informal Back to top
- Reach a state of perfect happiness, oblivious of everything else: Josh is just blissed out, always smiling [as adjective]: blissed-out hippiesMore example sentences
- Just look at the crosseyed blissed out look he gets every time he does it.
- There's plenty of delightful songwriting and blissed out guitar rock in this bedroom produced album.
- This track though is slightly different, as its not the usual foot-tapping number that they usually write, more of a lovely lazy laid back blissed out gentle tune…
Old English blīths, bliss, of Germanic origin; related to blithe.