1 It was sweet and clear and happy and far away.
2 She was so happy that she scarcely dared to breathe.
3 Dr. Craven did not look happy when he left the room.
4 If she had felt happy it would probably have lulled her to sleep.
5 "I'll tell thee what tha'll do," said Dickon, with his happy grin.
6 In its happy days flowers had been tucked away into every inch and hole and corner.
7 I am too ill, and wretched and distracted; but I wish you to be happy and comfortable.
8 And they both began to laugh over nothings as children will when they are happy together.
9 He stopped and looked round at the lovely gray tangle about him, and his round eyes looked queerly happy.
10 He did look funny and delightful, Mary thought, with his round blue eyes and red cheeks and happy looking turned-up nose.
11 He so often wondered what Dickon was thinking when he saw him looking at him or at one of his "creatures" with his happy wide smile.
12 The little fox and the rook were as happy and busy as they were, and the robin and his mate flew backward and forward like tiny streaks of lightning.
13 A terrible sorrow had fallen upon him when he had been happy and he had let his soul fill itself with blackness and had refused obstinately to allow any rift of light to pierce through.
14 Sometimes since I've been in the garden I've looked up through the trees at the sky and I have had a strange feeling of being happy as if something were pushing and drawing in my chest and making me breathe fast.
15 She had been actually happy all the time; and dozens and dozens of the tiny, pale green points were to be seen in cleared places, looking twice as cheerful as they had looked before when the grass and weeds had been smothering them.
16 The first time after a year's absence he returned to Misselthwaite and the small miserable looking thing languidly and indifferently lifted to his face the great gray eyes with black lashes round them, so like and yet so horribly unlike the happy eyes he had adored, he could not bear the sight of them and turned away pale as death.