Snell's sentiment, that when a man had deserved his good luck, it was the part of his neighbours to wish him joy
Nobody could be more steady or quiet than this young man; we therefore wish him joy of the excursion with all our heart; and it will certainly be beneficial for a person who leads so sedentary a life.
"To-day is Polly's birthday," said she with stupid simplicity: "and the little brown field-bird must wish him joy."
"Faith!" exclaimed Planchet, "here's land in good condition; if it belongs to Monsieur Porthos I wish him joy
"I wish him joy
of the fidelity of the picture he has painted," thought I.
If Harrison believes that he can reason into decency people like his fellow philosopher Ted Honderich, an English import from Canada who espouses "Violence for Equality," and effusively sings the praises of Palestinian suicide bombers, I wish him joy
of his efforts.