Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Joyful"

The meaning of "Joyful" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does joyful + which preposition? is that “of” mean?
A: you can say joyful of or joyful for

Example sentences using "Joyful"

Q: Please show me example sentences with joyful
.
A: He leads a simple and joyful life.
Q: Please show me example sentences with joyful.
A: "I feel joyful."

"This wedding is a joyful occasion for me."

"What makes you feel joyful?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with joyful .
A: It was such a joyful experience.
She had a joyful expression on her face.
My heart is so joyful right now.
Q: Please show me example sentences with joyful.
A: I feel very joyful today.
You make me feel joyful.
A wedding is a joyful celebration of love.
Usually we say happy instead of joyful, joyful is a more formal and sophisticated way of saying happy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'joyful' is it commonly used?.
A: @scerevisae
thanks you helped me a lot!! I wondered how it is used in daily life.
I haven't heard joyous before. interesting!

Synonyms of "Joyful" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between joyful and jovial ?
A: Joyful - happy, celebratory
Jovial - more formal, rarely used in common conversation. It means happy and friendly. You could think of someone who’s always nice and fun to be around, always very happy.

Jovial tends to describe a person, joyful tends to describe a moment/experience

Santa Clause is a jovial man.
I was so joyful when I got into college.
Q: What is the difference between joyful and joyous ?
A: "Joyful" is usually describing a person, whereas "joyous" usually describes a situation.

Examples:

"She is a joyful person."
"He wore a joyful smile on his face."
"She joyfully accepted my proposal."

"It was a joyous occasion."
"The birth of our son was a joyous sight."
Q: What is the difference between joyful and cheerful ?
A: Joyful is when you are full of joy and cheerful means when you are full of cheer. They both mean to be happy.
Examples
Sentence 1: Being around animals makes me feel cheerful.
Sentence 2: She is a joyful person.
Q: What is the difference between joyful, cheerful and happy ?
A: almost same but little bit different
Q: What is the difference between joyful and thrilled ?
A: Joyful=happy
Thrilled=excites

Translations of "Joyful"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? joyful
A: joyfull
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? learning is joyful
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Other questions about "Joyful"

Q: -His joyful expression was the sole thing I needed.
-Your food has a keen and strange smell. I am not sure If I want to give it a try.
-How can you carry on with your miserable relationship with Jim? Haven't you realized how sad you are?
-Last night I slept in a luxurious and ornate hotel. I found it amazing!
-Can you please give me any practical advise on how to improve my writing skills?
-This is the most precious thing I have ever had.
-She looked puzzled when You asked her out. Does this sound natural?
A: advice not advise in this case :). Very good!
Q: -His joyful expression was the sole thing I needed.
-Your food has a keen and strange smell. I am not sure If I want to give it a try.
-How can you carry on with your miserable relationship with Jim? Haven't you realized how sad you are?
-Last night I slept in a luxurious and ornate hotel. I found it amazing!
-Can you please give me any practical advise on how to improve my writing skills?
-This is the most precious thing I have ever had.
-She looked puzzled when You asked her out. Does this sound natural?
A: “Your food has a keen and strange sense of smell” you usually wouldn’t say keen in that sentence but apart from that it all makes sense
Q: I am joyful to get this new job; I have never been jubilant like this in my life. Does this sound natural?
A:
I am delighted about getting this job; l have never been so thrilled about anything like this in my life.
Q: I am joyful to get this new job; I have never been jubilant like this in my life. Does this sound natural?
A: I am joyful to get this new job; I have never been jubilant like this in my life.

This is correct grammatically, but the use of these words in this situation seems unnatural or exaggerated. Words like “Joy” and “jubilant” usually refer to things like having a child or getting married. That is why it sounds a little unnatural to be joyful about a job, even a great job.
Words like “thrilled” or “very excited” would sound more natural to describe a great new job. And I would also not say it’s the most excited you have ever been in your life, because that also sounds exaggerated. I hope this helps!
Q: I was roaming the joyful streets of Bologna when, suddenly I glimpse a Medieval festival, in which traders were selling some Medieval objects, like ancient Medieval coins, obliterated from our collective thought by now, which I decided to purchase, having a cost of 1€. So, I set about to go to the merchant and when I reach him I take from my deep pocket my wallet, from which I take a 50€ banknote afterward, not having available any other kind of banknote. In the juncture, I give the banknote to the merchant, he watches my a bit thrilled, he swiftly takes the banknote from my cleaned hands, when suddenly he exclaims the following sentence: "I have no rest, here is what I can give you... " and he gives me the banknote back. Regret, as happy, I get out of there with my 50€ banknote and the Medieval coin, a little bit thrilled by the intelligence of the man. Does this sound natural?
A: I was roaming the joyful streets of Bologna when I stumbled upon a Medieval festival. At the festival traders were selling Medieval objects like ancient Medieval coins which I decided to purchase since they were only 1€. I reached into my wallet to pay the seller, but I only had a 50€ banknote. Since I did not have smaller bills, I handed the banknote to the merchant. He quickly took the banknote and said "I have no change, here is what I can give you... " and he gives me the banknote and the coin back. I was happy all day because not only did I get to keep my money, but I also got a free coin. (Hope this helps)

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