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Spell check of joy

Correct spelling: joy

holiday, activity, weeping, rapture, comfort, brightness, honor, transport, gladness, celebration, exult, glee, escapism, enjoyment, merry-making, memorialization, cheer, gladden, spree, happy, blast, delight, blessedness, levity, joviality, gleefulness, good humor, gas, bliss, blitheness, ovation, bonniness, revelry, relish, gratification, commencement, merrymaking, merriment, euphoria, change, elation, jubilation, feast, complaisance, inauguration, pleasance, friskiness, rejoice, rejoicing, gaiety, salute, festivity, nirvana, joyousness, contentment, acclamation, jocundity, jubilate, happiness, delectation, geniality, animation, sunniness, dainty, treat, laughter, satisfaction, proclamation, diversion, observance, jollity, carousal, treasure, jocularity, refreshment, wallow, agreeability, remembrance, crowd pleaser, solace, commemoration, liveliness, hilarity, sprightliness, enthrallment, care, exultation, beatitude, ceremony, like, mourning, exuberate, warm fuzzies, frolic, ecstasy, mirthfulness, blessing, kick, cheerfulness, exhilaration, binge, jocosity, pleasure, triumph, ritual, enthusiasm, well-being, glorification, sport, manna, joyfulness, jubilee, felicity, indulgence, praise, mirth, sportiveness, vivacity, convocation, amusement, entertainment, playfulness, heartiness, blissfulness.

desolation, melancholy, woefulness, disheartenment, gloom, anguish, ill-being, Gehenna, despondency, downheartedness, calamity, dispiritedness, sorrow, depression, sufferance, cheerlessness, sadden, woe, mournfulness, unhappiness, desolateness, plaintiveness, gloominess, agony, misery, dejection, wretchedness, purgatory, blues, sadness, joylessness, doldrums.

Examples of usage:

1) I'm so full of joy I can't wait for tomorrow to come. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) It was a scene that brought us to the edge of tears- tears of joy. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) Joy and life had begun for her. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.