Definition of jolliness in English:



See jolly

‘The air inside the pub was dense and suffocating, thick with sweat and laughter, jolliness engulfing and eating away at everything in the room.’
  • ‘By the end of lunch, the conversation had put back on its veneer reflection of gaiety and jolliness.’
  • ‘I wanted to ask Mr. Scott since he's always so jolly and happy that if people see him with his jolliness.’
  • ‘Instead, she was all jolliness and bounciness and big smiles.’
  • ‘Thus in this one short conversation, a barrier goes up between us - of polite smiles, fixed jolliness, and emotional distance.’



/ˈjälēnəs/ /ˈdʒɑlinəs/