Bliss out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

Bliss out means to become very happy, content and relaxed, or to make someone else feel this way.

Informal English.

bliss (noun) – complete happiness

Bliss out is a fairly new phrasal verb and it is usually used more by young people.

Examples of use:

1. They blissed out on the beach all day.

2. They blissed out in the sun, by the pool.

infinitive – bliss out

present simple – bliss out and blisses out

-ing form – blissing out

past simple – blissed out

past participle – blissed out

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