Is "brings happiness out of nowhere" grammatically correct? Does it make sense? And what does it mean?
What Guys Said 2
Happiness doesn't come out of nowhere, if you want to get technical.
"Incites feelings of happiness" would be a better way of phrasing it.1
You might need context.
It's grammatically correct if you use it right.
Say "My cute little puppy simply brings happiness out of nowhere. She cheers everyone up wherever she runs."1
What Girls Said 1
i think, "out of nowhere, it brings happiness" is a better way to put it, however, it wouldn't be a format of wording id recommend using.
something like these examples might sound more articulate.
"and from the depths of nothingness, he finally found happiness."
"yet out of nowhere, he brought happiness into my life once more."
you want to include who is bringing the happiness, and under what circumstances. has the happiness been brought into one's life, or has it simply been lost and found again? stuff like that.1
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