上機嫌, じょうきげん

  • jōkigen

Definition of 上機嫌,じょうきげん

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • good humour (humor)
  • good mood

Examples of 上機嫌,じょうきげん in a Sentence

その上機嫌飛行機に乗り込んだ。
The child got on an airplane in good mood.
選手試合上機嫌だった
The players were in high spirits after the game.
上機嫌だった
I was in good spirits.
He was in such a good mood when his team won the championship.
上機嫌だった
He was in good spirits.
ロビンソンさん病気深刻なものが、上機嫌
Despite the seriousness of his illness, Mr Robinson is in good spirits.
Jiro was all smiles after he made a bundle at the pachinko parlor.
今日上機嫌
He is in high spirits today.
As he was drinking he got very merry and kept telling everybody just how much he hated hospitals.
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