a ray of sunshine
This page is about the idiom a ray of sunshine
Meaning: Something is a ray of sunshine if it brings happiness to someone.
- The birth of Debra's first grandchild less than a year after her husband died came as a much-needed ray of sunshine in her life.
- After years of struggling to get established as a writer, the publication of her first short story was a ray of sunshine for Ruth.
This idiom is most often used when talking about something that has brought happiness to someone who's been having trouble in their life.
The kids in the hospital had a ray of sunshine in their lives when
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Contributor: Matt Errey