Definition of Happinesses
1. happiness [n] - See also: happiness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Happinesses
Literary usage of Happinesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Arcana Cœlestia: The Heavenly Arcana Contained in the Holy Scriptures Or by Emanuel Swedenborg (1874)
"... and happinesses of all, and that all together are the centre of the ... and happinesses of each individual; this communication is effected from the Lord ..."
2. Angelic Wisdom Concerning the Divine Providence by Emanuel Swedenborg, George Woolworth Colton (1918)
"... effort of the Lord's Divine providence to conjoin man with Himself and Himself with man, that He may be able to bestow upon man the happinesses of ..."
3. Lectures on the Ethics of T.H. Green, Mr. Herbert Spencer, and J. Martineau by Henry Sidgwick (1902)
"... while, reciprocally, the happinesses of the individuals are to be achieved in part by the pursuit of the general happiness (§ 91). ..."
4. The Chinese Classics: With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes by James Legge, Confucius, Mencius (1865)
"4, that'a hortatory use is to be made of the five happinesses,' and ' 'an awing ... The happinesses | ami extremities are conditions by which the sovereign ..."
5. The World's Progress: With Illustrative Texts from Masterpieces of Egyptian by Delphian Society (1913)
"\Another troop of happinesses, a little taller than the last, rush into the ... I am the chief of the happinesses of your home; and all these are the other ..."
6. Social life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious by Justus Doolittle (1866)
"But the temple of the Nine happinesses, which commenced this superstition on an extensive scale, has by far the most numerous customers for its loaves. ..."
7. Works by Herbert Spencer, Edmund Spenser, R Morris (1902)
"Now any one of such judgments issuing from a single mind, or from any aggregate of minds, necessarily embodies conclusions respecting the happinesses of ..."