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Definition of "feel-good" []

  • Characterized by or designed to encourage a feeling of often superficial happiness or satisfaction: "Everything about Fassbinder ran contrary to Hollywood notions of feel-good entertainment” ( Edward Guthmann). (adjective)
  • Causing or characterized by a feeling of self-satisfaction (adjective)

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Use "feel-good" in a sentence
  • "It's worth remembering that the term 'feel-good' grew out of the drug culture."
  • ""These marriages, in whichever state, are what I call feel-good marriages," Mr. Kramer said."
  • "“You’re right,” she said, regretting having lobbied so hard for what was described as the feel-good chick flick of the year."