2011 – My word for the year

happy
Definition
hap·py[ háppee ]ADJECTIVE
1. feeling pleasure: feeling or showing pleasure, contentment, or joy
“happy smiling faces”
2. causing pleasure: causing or characterized by pleasure, contentment, or joy
“a happy childhood”
3. satisfied: feeling satisfied that something is right or has been done right
“Are you happy with your performance?”
4. willing: willing to do something
“I’d be only too happy to help.”
5. fortunate: resulting unexpectedly in something pleasant or welcome
“a happy coincidence”
6. tipsy: slightly drunk ( informal )
7. used in greetings: used in formulae to express a hope that somebody will enjoy a special day or holiday
“Happy birthday!”
8. too ready to use something: inclined to use a particular thing too readily or be too enthusiastic about a particular thing ( used in combination )
“trigger-happy”

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