Idioms for bliss
- to experience bliss or euphoria: Just give them some bean sprouts and a little tofu and they bliss out.
- to cause to become blissful or euphoric: a recording guaranteed to bliss out every Mozart fan.
Origin of bliss
OTHER WORDS FROM blissbliss·less, adjective
Words nearby bliss
Definition for bliss (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for bliss
Consider it a coffee table book for edgy rock fans who bliss out on something stronger than coffee.
Bliss walked in front of Roberts with a tiny GoPro camera hidden in the back of his shirt.
Ignorance is bliss, but Bill Clinton got at his ass for that.Method Man Talks Wu-Tang Clan Reunion, Fake Rappers, and the Suge Knight Shooting|Marlow Stern|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the bliss of the day—and the film to that point—soon halts abruptly.John Lithgow and Alfred Molina's 'Love Is Strange' Is the Love Story of the Year|Kevin Fallon|August 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Quite the contrary—seeing Taylor Swift perform “Love Story” live was bliss.I Was Way Too Old for Z100’s Jingle Ball Concert. But I Couldn’t Have Had More Fun.|Kevin Fallon|December 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This was the gate discovered by Bliss a little to the east of the old fortress on Maudsleys scarp.Archology and the Bible|George A. Barton
But neither Mrs. Bliss nor Miss Wax could longer stem the tide of speech.Mrs. Tree's Will|Laura E. Richards
Mysterious to all thought, / A mother's prime of bliss, / When to her eager lips is brought / Her infant's thrilling kiss.
Nothing spoiled his bliss that day, and he said her name a thousand times that night in his dreams.The Girl From His Town|Marie Van Vorst
That bliss, in the interval, had wound itself into every fold of her being.The Reef|Edith Wharton