blitheness, laughter, jocoseness, blessedness, merriment, jocularity, mirth, gleefulness, playfulness, jocosity, conviviality, glee, festiveness, mirthfulness, felicity, jocundity, blithesomeness, joviality, comfort, revel, merrymaking, festival, revelry, hilarity, rejoicing, fun, triumph, festivity
cheerfulness (part of speech: noun)
complaisance, jolliness, good humor, cordiality, affability, happiness, friendliness, congeniality, cheer, buoyancy, pleasance, lightheartedness, jauntiness, warmness, amiability, cheerfulness, easygoingness, cheeriness, joyfulness, sunniness, merriness, bonhomie, agreeableness, geniality
pleasure (part of speech: noun)
ecstasy, agreeability, entertainment, joy, jollity, gratification, bonniness, gladness, pleasure, bliss, amusement, enjoyment, relish, delight, satisfaction, euphoria, rapture, well-being, brightness, contentment, enthrallment, exhilaration
pleasurableness (part of speech: noun)
- Isabella's parents were filled with admiration and astonishment at such a display of grandeur and gaiety combined. - "The Exemplary Novels of Cervantes", Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
- The delicate rose- flush on her cheek, the light in her eyes, an indescribable air of gaiety, of lightness, about her whole figure- " Why, this is what she needed!" - "Fernley House", Laura E. Richards.
- I had never seen her in a greater strain of gaiety. - "Mrs. Falchion, Complete", Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 12, 2009.