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blissful

[ blis-fuhl ]
/ ˈblɪs fəl /
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adjective
full of, abounding in, enjoying, or conferring bliss.
not troubled by any hint of unease or discontent: When it comes to IT issues, many small organizations operate in a state of blissful ignorance.
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Origin of blissful

First recorded in 1175–1225; Middle English; see bliss, -ful; replacing Old English blissig

OTHER WORDS FROM blissful

bliss·ful·ly, adverbbliss·ful·ness, nounun·bliss·ful, adjectiveun·bliss·ful·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for blissful

blissful
/ (ˈblɪsfʊl) /

adjective
serenely joyful or glad
blissful ignorance unawareness or inexperience of something unpleasant

Derived forms of blissful

blissfully, adverbblissfulness, noun
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