ADVERTISEMENT
VS.

Happy vs. Excited

Published:
Views: 10
  • Happy (adjective)

    Having a arising from a consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, such as comfort, peace, or tranquillity; blissful, contented, joyous.

    "Music makes me feel happy."

  • Happy (adjective)

    Experiencing the effect of favored by fortune or luck; fortunate, lucky, propitious.

  • Happy (adjective)

    Content, satisfied (with or to do something); having no objection (to something).

    "Are you happy to pay me back by the end of the week?"

    "Yes, I am happy with the decision."

  • Happy (adjective)

    Of acts, speech, etc.: appropriate, apt, felicitous.

    "a happy coincidence"

  • Happy (adjective)

    Favoring or inclined to use.

    "slaphappy, trigger-happy"

  • Happy (adjective)

    Of persons, especially when referring to their ability to express themselves (often followed by at or in): dexterous, ready, skilful.

  • Happy (noun)

    preceded by the: happy people as a group.

  • Happy (noun)

    A happy event, thing, person, etc.

  • Happy (verb)

    Often followed by up: to become happy; to brighten up, to cheer up.

  • Happy (verb)

    Often followed by up: to cheer, to enliven.

  • Excited (adjective)

    Having great enthusiasm.

    "He was very excited about his promotion."

  • Excited (adjective)

    Being in a state of higher energy.

    "The excited electrons give off light when they drop to a lower energy state."

  • Excited (adjective)

    Having an erection; erect.

  • Excited (adjective)

    Sexually aroused.

  • Excited (verb)

    past participle of excite

Wiktionary
ADVERTISEMENT
Oxford Dictionary
ADVERTISEMENT
Webster Dictionary
  • Happy (adjective)

    enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure or good fortune;

    "a happy smile"

    "spent many happy days on the beach"

    "a happy marriage"

  • Happy (adjective)

    experiencing pleasure or joy;

    "happy you are here"

    "pleased with the good news"

  • Happy (adjective)

    marked by good fortune;

    "a felicitous life"

    "a happy outcome"

  • Happy (adjective)

    satisfied; enjoying well-being and contentment;

    "felt content with her lot"

    "quite happy to let things go on as they are"

  • Happy (adjective)

    exaggerated feeling of well-being or elation

  • Happy (adjective)

    well expressed and to the point;

    "a happy turn of phrase"

    "a few well-chosen words"

    "a felicitous comment"

  • Excited (adjective)

    in an aroused state

  • Excited (adjective)

    of persons; excessively affected by emotion;

    "he would become emotional over nothing at all"

    "she was worked up about all the noise"

  • Excited (adjective)

    marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion;

    "a crowd of delirious baseball fans"

    "something frantic in their gaiety"

    "a mad whirl of pleasure"

  • Excited (adjective)

    of e.g. a molecule; made reactive or more reactive

Princeton's WordNet

Happy Illustrations

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons