As Happy As Idiom

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History and Meaning

The idiom “as happy as” is used to describe someone who is extremely happy and content with their current situation or circumstance. It is often used to express a state of extreme joy or satisfaction.


  • She was as happy as a clam when she found out she got the job she applied for.
  • After winning the championship game, the team was as happy as could be.
  • He was as happy as a lark when he finally got the opportunity to travel to his dream destination.

The “as happy as” idiom is often followed by a simile that emphasizes the degree of happiness being described. This idiom can be used in both formal and informal settings to express feelings of joy and satisfaction.

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