Definition of joyousness in English:



mainly literary

See joyous

‘I felt that the spirit of joyousness which should have been there was completely negated by a seriousness.’
  • ‘Perhaps most striking is the sheer infectious joyousness of Jordan's music.’
  • ‘Its joyousness seemed to stand for the festival as a whole.’
  • ‘Not that any of the joyousness or wonder at this unexpected reunion is acknowledged openly.’
  • ‘Each greeting is accompanied by a great deal of genuine laughter and joyousness.’