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overjoyed

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Pronunciation: /əʊvəˈdʒɔɪd
 
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Definition of overjoyed in English:

adjective

Extremely happy: all of them were overjoyed at my success
More example sentences
  • Sue was overjoyed to hear that the operation had been a success.
  • Johnson was also overjoyed with the success as his charge tackled three miles for the first time.
  • An overjoyed Kelly hopped all over the stage, and her victory dance was her best performance of the night.
Synonyms
informal over the moon, on top of the world, on a high, tickled pink
Northern English informal made up
North American informal as happy as a clam
Australian informal wrapped

Words that rhyme with overjoyed

avoid, Boyd, Coed, droid, Floyd, Freud, Lloyd, self-employed, unalloyed, underemployed, unemployed, void

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