Wodehouse in 1930
Image source: By Unlisted photographer for Screenland – Screenland, August 1930 (Vol XXI, No 4); p. 20, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=40891112
Only the author of a thesaurus could have done justice to his emotions as he walked. Roget, for instance, would have described him as glad, happy, pleased, elated, entranced, ecstatic and overjoyed, and he would have been right.
–P.G. Wodehouse, Summer Moonshine (1938)