Pronunciation of Joie
/ʒwˈɑː/, /ʒwˈɑː/, /ʒ_w_ˈɑː/
Usage examples for Joie:
- All women were to him 'filles de joie. - "The Glands Regulating Personality", Louis Berman, M.D..
- He shewed me his closet, with his round table, for him to sit in the middle, very convenient; and I borrowed several books of him, to collect things out of the Navy, which I have not, and so home, and there busy sitting all the morning, and at noon dined, and then all the afternoon busy, till night, and then to Mile- End with my wife and girl, and there drank and eat a joie of salmon, at the Rose and Crown, our old house; and so home to bed. - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.
- Down went the ship, and down went the heroic band, firing a feu de joie as they sank beneath the waves. - "Self Help", Samuel Smiles.
- Because I loved my children better than him, because I am a mother first, Lais second, he throws away his Imperial fille de joie like a lemon sucked dry and prates of tendernesses and heavenly fancies that he alone feels, that are outside the pale of my understanding. - "Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess", Henry W. Fischer.
- Nothing could be more brilliant than our display upon this occasion appeared to me- we were nearly 20, 000 strong, I imagine, and, being formed in one extensive line, the firing of the feu de joie produced a fine effect. - "Twenty-Five Years in the Rifle Brigade", William Surtees.
Idioms for Joie:
- joie de vivre;
Rhymes for Joie:
- sa, cha, ma, rha, blah, rah, bah, ta, spa, ka, ya, hwa, ca, ja, jha, hua, hsia, wah, kah, zsa, bois, ahh, awe, naw, shah, nah, moi, law, raw, pla, la, qua, ra, wa, ah, bra, yah, na, mah, gras, hah;
- ha, voila, fatah, artois, duboise, valois, hurrah, fermat, da, ga, pasha, alvah, ona, elna, elga, francoise, francois, vrba, dumas, otha, aha, bourgeois, sanaa;
- baccarat, bogota;