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feel-good

adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈfiːlˌɡʊd/
causing happy and positive feelings about life: a feel-good movie With consumer spending picking up, it appears that the feel-good factor (= a happy and positive feeling felt by people generally) has returned.
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