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To be in a state of extreme happiness. Oh, I had a great time on my vacation—I totally blissed out while relaxing on a tropical island.
bliss someone out
Sl. to cause someone to be overcome with happiness. This kind of sunny weather just blisses me out. The lovely weather blissed out everyone after the long winter.
Sl. to be overcome with happiness. She blissed out at the concert, because she loves that kind of music.
Experience great joy or euphoria, as in Just give me some time to bliss out on the beach. [Slang; c. 1970]
1. To cause someone to feel intense happiness and relaxation: The beautiful sunset blissed me out. The melodies this band writes will bliss out even the most spoiled music fans. I was blissed out by the friendly spirit of the crowd.
2. To be in a state of intense happiness and relaxation: I blissed out lying on the beach under the sun.
in. to become euphoric. (see also blissed (out).) I always bliss out from talk like that, but I still love Willy.
blissed (out)and blissed-out (blɪst...)
1. mod. in a state of emotional bliss. After the second movement, I was totally blissed out.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. She is more than blissed. She is stoned.