References in classic literature ?
And my lord he loves me well; But, when first he breathed his vow, I felt my bosom swell - For the words rang as a knell, And the voice seemed his who fell In the battle down the dell, And who is happy now.
I am glad there is some one in the world who is quite happy," muttered a disappointed man as he gazed at the wonderful statue.
Bennet joined them at supper, his voice and manner plainly shewed how really happy he was.
I'm so happy I want every one else to be happy, too.
Eva wondered, but silently followed her guide, little Rose-Leaf, who with tender words passed among the delicate blossoms, pouring dew on their feeble roots, cheering them with her loving words and happy smile.
In the middle of this plain is the oasis of birdcherries and greenery where I spend my happy days, and in the middle of the oasis is the gray stone house with many gables where I pass my reluctant nights.
And I believe Marianne will be the most happy with him of the two.
He was singing in passionate tones, gazing with gazing with his sparkling black-agate eyes at the frightened and happy Natasha.
Then, in an outburst of joy, he thanks and blesses everything that has led up to this happy day, which has brought him under "Love's yoke which easy is and sure.
I've always envied him, and even now, when I'm so happy, I still envy him.
You shall give nothing at all,' said Miss Maylie, smiling; 'for, as I told you before, we shall employ you in a hundred ways; and if you only take half the trouble to please us, that you promise now, you will make me very happy indeed.
We had only a few days, and your new play was just on, and you were so happy.