Bliss is a noun. It means the feeling of extreme happiness. Haven’t we all wanted to be in a state of bliss?
It has been in use before 1000 and has been derived from the Middle English word ‘blisse’.
Meanings of Bliss
1. Complete happiness
2. Equivalent to paradise, heaven
Master’s Tip to Learn Bliss
A very interesting way to remember the word ‘bliss’ is to remember it through a rhyming word ‘kiss’. Now everyone remembers their first kiss and the feeling of extreme happiness it resulted in, that is, a state of bliss.
Sentence examples for Bliss:
1. Ever since he has been back from the sales meeting, he has been in a state of bliss.
2. Their initial bliss was soon dispelled by an unwelcome development.
3. Watching the sun set into the mountains is sheer bliss.
Bliss are those who know themselves in earnest
One bliss when he is blessed