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overjoyed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoverjoyedo‧ver‧joyed /ˌəʊvəˈdʒɔɪd $ ˌoʊvər-/ adjective [not before noun]  HAPPYextremely pleased or happyoverjoyed to hear/find/see etc something He was overjoyed to see his mother again.overjoyed at She wasn’t exactly overjoyed at the prospect of looking after two small boys.overjoyed (that) Her parents were overjoyed that she’d been found alive.see thesaurus at happy
Examples from the Corpus
overjoyedFar from being overjoyed at the apparent climbdown protesters believe it's a plot to throw them off their guard.I mounted the steps and shook hands with Biondo and told him how overjoyed I was to see him again.She was overjoyed to hear that their plan was working.My parents were overjoyed to see my brother again.The very idea is preposterous and I was overjoyed to see that you believed me.Thacker was not overjoyed to see them, but he played along, switching on the charm.The young lord was overjoyed to see what a beautiful wife his friends had found for him.Naturally I was overjoyed when I was offered the part in the play.I knew my mother would be overjoyed when she heard the news.overjoyed (that)My parents were not overjoyed by this.I made a little speech to the effect that we are overjoyed to be in Sydney.Thacker was not overjoyed to see them, but he played along, switching on the charm.The young lord was overjoyed to see what a beautiful wife his friends had found for him.She wrote to him and was overjoyed when she received a letter from him in reply.
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