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Definition of bliss:

  1. The highest happiness or blessedness.

Common misspellings for bliss:

bilss.

Bliss \b-li-ss\

Meaning:
joy, cheer, intense happiness
Origin:
English
Details:
Bliss as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Bliss), is pronounced blyss. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Bliss is "joy, cheer, intense happiness". Bliss and its variants date from medieval times.
Related names:
bligh, Alegra.
Meaning:
Blaise, bligh, blase, Blais, Blaise, Alegra, blase, Belisse.
Variants:
Blysse, Blisse, Blyss.
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This graph shows how "bliss" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for bliss:

  1. Nevertheless, the bliss of loving Hubert and getting twenty- five thousand dollars for it had seemed tolerably sure. –  by
  2. We ne'er failed To throng about with love's fond arts, And bring you presents from our hearts; Your pleasure filled our day with bliss Oh what a different one from this! –  by
  3. They know not the bliss to meet that makes the embrace of separation bitter. –  by

Quotes for bliss:

  1. Let me go to hell, that's all I ask, and go on cursing them there, and them look down and hear me, that might take some of the shine off their bliss.
  2. I'm not saying that there's anything better than mated bliss at its best, but I'm saying that living alone is as good in its own way. But we haven't quite given ourselves permission to recognize that.
  3. You don't know what you're going to get into when you follow your bliss.
  4. Health is the vital principle of bliss, and exercise, of health.
  5. The weak have remedies, the wise have joys; superior wisdom is superior bliss.

Rhymes for bliss:

  1. dis, gris, hiss, kiss, miss, remiss, sis, suisse, swiss, bis, kris, liss, risse, rys, this, vis, wis, diss, pris, chris, gillis, kriss, chriss, cris, lis, cysts, persists, resists, lists, fis, wiss, kis, biss, flis, fiss, riss, stys, insists;
  2. abyss, amiss, dismiss, assists, exists, enlists, consists;
  3. reminisce;
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