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felicity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfelicityfe‧li‧ci‧ty /fɪˈlɪsəti/ noun formal  1 [uncountable] happiness domestic felicity2 [uncountable]SUITABLE the quality of being well-chosen or suitable a felicity of language3 felicities
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felicityThe aim was to surround lithe John with domestic objects and so turn his mind to conjugal felicity.She made you feel that you were an expected felicity to her.This must be a human felicity as high as any that is possible.It is a book full of minor felicities.He demonstrated a concern for the felicity of his children.In these works Traherne expresses his vision of the felicity for which mankind was created.With this felicity of thinking, they easily bridged the physical and social sciences, from biology to psychology to sociology.
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