English version

feel-good

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeel-goodˈfeel-good adjective 🔊 🔊 1 → feel-good film/programme/music etc2 → feel-good factor
Examples from the Corpus
feel-good• His latest film is a feel-good movie with a message.• There are still a few feel-good shows on TV, but most series have a harder edge.• It was just a feel-good song, a piece of ephemera, and Lucy was feeling surprisingly good.• She envisioned an outreach effort with Rimes and enough feel-good songs to cheer little cowgirls and cowboys around the globe.• This feel-good stuff is an illusion.
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