Blisses [noun]

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Here they were more wary and more fortunate, and Isabel took a curious pleasure in watching the manifest bliss of her companion.

The very next day he burst in upon me in a state of bliss bordering on mania.

She could picture at that moment no greater bliss on earth than possession of the beloved one.

The bliss of lovers is so unstable, that in every case lovers have more woes than the moon has changes.

Heaven's pathway stands unobstructed, which will lead us into a Paradise of bliss.

If we suffer patiently with Mary on earth, we shall enjoy eternal bliss with her in heaven.

They probably attain this higher grade of glory and bliss by the increase of their ability to enjoy the happiness of heaven.

Then, settling back with what purported to be a sigh of bliss, he regarded Marie sitting small and still and listless beside him.

Ah, God, how great is the man who has power to give others such moments of bliss!

Nor does he glow with exalted hopes of a millennium of bliss, or of the beatitudes of a future state.