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  • “Making someone feel happy” sounds like a very nice – and suitably seasonal language tip. A thesaurus entry for words like happy is a good start, but it may not make many people happy!

    I was perhaps expecting too much, but I thought there might be a list of ways to make people happy with language – greetings, compliments, expressing sympathy, agreeing, thanking, offering… And how to express these!

    As I write this, I realise it would be too much for one entry – but maybe good for a series?

  • Hello Jim! thanks for your comment and suggestion. As you say it is beyond the scope of a thesaurus entry, but a good idea for a series. We could all do with a little more happiness.