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blissful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishblissfulbliss‧ful /ˈblɪsfəl/ adjective  1 ENJOY/LIKE DOING somethingextremely happy or enjoyable blissful sunny dayssee thesaurus at happy2 blissful ignoranceblissfully adverb Jean seems blissfully happy. blissfully unaware of the impending danger
Examples from the Corpus
blissfulThey were a young couple in the first blissful days of their marriageIn the old days, there was a blissful ignorance about owning stocks.While her husband had affairs with other women, she lived in blissful ignorance.She wandered deep into the forest, blissful in her freedom.Sickened in their absence, blissful in their company; love's fool.Lunch by a side stream was blissful indulgence.Epicurus had a mundane philosophy yet despite suffering intense pain of the intestines, he enjoyed a blissful last day on earth.She uttered blissful noises while I half tried to quiet her.And the whole purpose of life is to make sure you arrive at that blissful state in the end.For a blissful three hours I completely forgot about Alistair Dodge.
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