• bring joy to ...
  • …に喜びをもたらす
  • great [pure] joy
  • 大きな[純粋な]喜び
  • jump with joy
  • 飛び上がって喜ぶ
  • tears of joy
  • うれし涙
  • Although she was energised by the struggle–and found joy in giving energy to others– her constant travelling meant separation from her children, especially Christabel, who had become the national coordinator of the WSPU.
  • Wikipedia: Emmeline Pankhurst
  • At least on our part and the part of the nations which surround us, the policy which we ought to follow with joy and hope is that of drawing closer international ties through the development of commercial relations, the peace and friendship of all the peoples who inhabit the countries of America.
  • Wikipedia: South American dreadnought race
  • Blessed God, who feedest us from our youth and providest food to all flesh, fill our hearts with joy and gladness, that we, having enough to satisfy us, may abound in every good work, through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, with thee and the Holy Spirit, be all honour, praise and power for all ages.
  • Wikipedia: Oriel College, Oxford
  • FiringSquad disagreed, calling their computer controlled teammates worthless and finding joy in leaving them to their deaths.
  • Wikipedia: Giants: Citizen Kabuto
  • He announced his joy of returning to the Catholic faith, asked for and received sacramental absolution, and participated in the mass.
  • Wikipedia: Thomas Cranmer
  • He celebrated by running to the mound and collapsing in joy and exhaustion to thank God, as Boone rounded the bases and was met by his teammates at home plate.
  • Wikipedia: Mariano Rivera
  • However, Liszt's son-in-law Richard Wagner persuaded him that no earthly composer could faithfully express the joys of Paradise.
  • Wikipedia: Choral symphony
  • In the later half of 1660, Charles's joy at the Restoration was tempered by the deaths of his youngest brother, Henry, and sister, Mary, of smallpox.
  • Wikipedia: Charles II of England
  • It is not a conventional symphony, but rather an extended meditation on the joy of human union and love.
  • Wikipedia: Olivier Messiaen
  • Premature joy in the Ferrari garage soon turned to disappointment as Hamilton finished the race in fifth position, clinching the Championship by a single point and becoming Formula One's youngest Championship winner until Vettel in 2010.
  • Wikipedia: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix
  • Receive this robe of heavenly colour the livery of thisn most excellent Order, in augmentation of thine honour, ennobled with the shield and red Cross of our Lord, by whose power thou mayest safely pierce troops of thine enemies and be over them ever victorious, and being in this temporal warfare glorious, in egregious and heroic actions, thou mayest obtain eternal and triumphant joy.
  • Wikipedia: Order of the Garter
  • The American media thought otherwise and began to debunk this theory, pointing out that the Ngô family constantly sought to undermine the army, and that Madame Nhu's joy over the events suggested the family had neither ceded power nor had their hands forced by the military.
  • Wikipedia: Xá Lợi Pagoda raids
  • The attributes most apparent initially are charm and playfulness, combined with a natural innocence; their joy in the gold they guard derives from its beauty alone, even though they know its latent power.
  • Wikipedia: Rhinemaidens
  • The trip was a huge success, with the Emperor welcomed everywhere with warmth and joy.
  • Wikipedia: Pedro II of Brazil
  • Their joy is tempered by the realization that Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) is also apparently dead.
  • Wikipedia: Bride of Frankenstein
  • This urged Simeon to raise his siege and enter peace negotiations, to the joy of the Byzantines.
  • Wikipedia: Simeon I of Bulgaria
  • We have a license to be silly, and a lot of what we do is about joy.
  • Wikipedia: The Wiggles