Basic+ Word of the Day: bliss

bliss (noun) LISTEN

Bliss is perfect happiness.

  • Helen was filled with bliss when she saw her newborn grandson.
  • The married couple celebrated 50 years of wedded bliss.
  • The wise man achieved bliss through meditation.

Common uses

ignorance is bliss: you don’t worry about something if you don’t know about it. Example: “When Morgan was at the party, her parents thought she was studying for her test. Ignornace is bliss.”

In pop culture

Watch Tame Impala perform their song “Solitude is Bliss.” In this video, a man alone moves through a very chaotic place, but somehow he experiences bliss.

There are other meanings of bliss.
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Word of the Day is released Monday through Friday.

Previous Post Next Post

You Might Also Like