Felicity / noun / fəˈlisədē
Felicity has a few different meanings:
1. Intense happiness
2. The ability to find appropriate expression for one's thoughts
3. A pleasing manner or quality, usually associated with art or language
In a Sentence
I don't experience a state of felicity very often due to everyday stresses, but when I do, it's overwhelming to the point of crying tears of joy.
Felicity sometimes seems like a made-up feeling when it's almost like you're living in a dystopia.
The word felicity has a couple of factors to its origins. It is from the late Middle East and Old French. Felicity has a Latin origin, derived from the word felicite, felicitat, or felicitas, which actually means happy or fruitful. The first known use of the word felicity was around the 14th century.