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        qǔyuè, [取悅], to try to please
        yúyuè, [愉悅], joyful/cheerful/delighted/joy/delight
        xǐyuè, [喜悅], happy/joyous
        shǎngxīnyuèmù, [賞心悅目], warms the heart and delights the eye (idiom)/pleasing/delightful
        yuèěr, [悅耳], sweet-sounding/beautiful (of sound)
        yuè, [悅], pleased
        bùyuè, [不悅], displeased/annoyed
        xīnyuèchéngfú, [心悅誠服], cheerful and committed (idiom from Mencius 孟子)/delighted and sincerely willing
        héyányuèsè, [和顏悅色], amiable manner/pleasant countenance
        huānyuè, [歡悅], happiness/joy/to be happy/to be joyous
        liǎngqíngxiāngyuè, [兩情相悅], (of a couple) to be harmonious/to be each other's sunshine
        Kǎiyuè, [凱悅], Hyatt (hotel company)/Hyatt Regency (hotel brand)
        Jūnyuè, [君悅], Grand Hyatt (hotel brand)
        héyuè, [和悅], affable/kindly
        SūnYuè, [孫悅], Sun Yue (1973-), PRC female pop star/Sun Yue (1985-), PRC basketball star, plays...
        yíyuè, [怡悅], pleasant/happy
        yíyányuèsè, [怡顏悅色], happy countenance
        yuènà, [悅納], to find acceptable
        yuèsè, [悅色], happy/contented
        biànyuè, [抃悅], to clap one's hands in joy
        Bóyuè, [柏悅], Park Hyatt (hotel brand)
        shuǎngxīnyuèmù, [爽心悅目], beautiful and heart-warming
        miànlùbùyuè, [面露不悅], to show unhappiness or displeasure (idiom)

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