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feel a glow of happiness

 and feel a glow of contentment; feel a glow of satisfaction; feel a glow of peacefulness
Fig. to have a good feeling of some kind. Anne felt a glow of happiness as she held her new baby. Sitting by the lake, the lovers felt a warm glow of contentment.
See also: feel, glow, happiness, of
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LONDON - Japan placed fifth in national peacefulness in 2012, down from third the previous year, in annual rankings released Tuesday by a Sydney-based nonprofit research organization that placed Iceland top.
IEP founder Steve Killelea said a 25% increase in global peacefulness would provide an economic dividend of $2 trillion a year.
It leaves me with a sense of peacefulness and completion.
Palin is becoming rich, "but she's not trying to further those democratic values of justice and equality and peacefulness.
Top-ranked New Zealand was one of only three countries in the top 10 to improve in peacefulness in the 2010 Index.
Stephanie Silk, from the group, said: "The judges seemed impressed with what they saw, in particular with the planting at the Meteor Ford site, especially the beans and courgettes, the size and peacefulness of the Park and Pool, and the very enthusiastic community participation in Moseley in Bloom.
Internal conflicts, terrorism and human rights abuses were the factors assessed by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) to quantify global peacefulness in the only study of its kind in 149 countries.
a continuation of reactivity similar to that found in the control session without the cognitive-hypnotic intervention), and peacefulness and a lower blood pressure were associated with less skin reactivity during the intervention.
He explains primary foundational concepts such as harmony, peacefulness and solidarity, and kinship as they apply to Navajo culture, and how they are used by Navajo judges in almost all significant areas of legal life in the tribe.
The gentle tone of this book conveys the sense of peacefulness that can be gained from appreciating the natural world.
The enemy should not consider our peacefulness as weakness.
Everything about it represents simplicity and peacefulness.
THERE is a sense of peacefulness as soon as you drive into the grounds of the not-for-profit Park Attwood clinic.
A country's peacefulness or otherwise was based on 24 indicators including ease of access to 'weapons of minor destruction' such as guns and explosives, military expenditure, local corruption, and the level of respect for human rights.
The Campaign to Protect Rural England commissioned researchers to assess the peacefulness of each region ( with Northumberland emerging as a clear winner.