Informal. intended to make one happy or satisfied: a feel-good movie; feel-good politics.
Origin of feel-good
An Americanism dating back to 1975–80
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Related Words for feelgoodjoyous, buoyant, jolly, playful, jovial, lively, laid-back, upbeat, cheerful, breezy, happy-go-lucky, cheery, jaunty, happy, blithe, bright, effervescent, expansive, frolicsome, gay
causing or characterized by a feeling of self-satisfactionfeel-good factor
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