Definition of Express joy
1. Verb. Produce laughter.
Specialized synonyms: Bray, Bellylaugh, Howl, Roar, Snicker, Snigger, Giggle, Titter, Break Up, Crack Up, Cackle, Guffaw, Laugh Loudly, Chortle, Chuckle, Laugh Softly, Convulse, Cachinnate
Generic synonyms: Express Emotion, Express Feelings
Derivative terms: Laugh, Laugh, Laugh, Laughable, Laugher
Also: Laugh At, Laugh Away, Laugh Off
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Literary usage of Express joy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Study of the Greek Pæan: With Appendixes Containing the Hymns Found at by Arthur Fairbanks (1900)
"II, 6, 26; IV, 4, 22™); the paean is a hymn to express joy, with little or no reference to the idea of victory. On the other hand the idea of praise is ..."
2. Cornell Studies in Classical Philology by Cornell University (1900)
"II, 6, 26; IV, 4, 22201) ; the paean is a hymn to express joy, with little or no reference to the idea of victory. On the other hand the idea of praise is ..."
3. George Washington's Rules of Civility: Traced to Their Sources and Restored by George Washington (1890)
"Do not express Joy before one sick or in pain for that contrary Passion will aggravate his Misery Hawkins ii. 23. Do not thou expresse joy before one sick, ..."
4. Lexicon to the English Poetical Works of John Milton by Laura Emma Lockwood (1907)
"(a) to express joy at the coming of, welcome : PR iv. 438. (l>) to express joy on account of : C. 949. (2) intr. to rejoice : PL IX. 472. ..."