express joy

Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • verb

Synonyms for express joy

References in periodicals archive ?
And the way to do that is to express joy, kindness, appreciation and love for one another.
The political opposition also erred when it allowed its youths in the squares to express joy at the crime.
Meanwhile in Pilibhit (Uttar Pradesh), Gandhi's constituency, locals and supporters had staged a highly charged wedding procession to express joy and convey their wishes to the couple.
Maybe the reason some of us are reluctant to laugh or express joy in church is because we haven't directly experienced the absolute pleasure of God's healing power in our lives.
A white strip of cotton will symbolise loss, yellow will signify absence and green will express joy.
Starr, 62, said: "I was happy to do it, because it was a great way to express joy and loss and it was the best way I could do it - with a song.
Palestinian TV frequently broadcasts interviews with parents who express joy that their children became Shahids, meaning they Died for Allah in confrontations with Israelis.
Talk to the children you love about new ways to express joy in church.
It was a form of therapy where I can express joy and anger and can channel my feelings in a more positive way,'' Maria said.
Dancers say they are fun to dance, which would please Bournonville immensely, for he thought, above all, that dancing should express joy.
Many loyal subjects organized marches at the different governorates of the Sultante to express joy for watching the leaders of their blessed Renaissance.
President of the Bahrain Football Association Sheikh Salman bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa said that a friendly match between the Bahrain national team and Kuwait on Monday is a chance for both neighbours to express joy over local national celebrations.
President of Pakistan peace party Haji Gulzar Khan also took out a rally to express joy over the reinstatement of Chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhary and other judges.