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delight definition

  • noun:
    • Great satisfaction; joy.
    • a thing that offers great pleasure or satisfaction.
    • joy; enjoyment
    • a top degree of gratification of mind; a top- wrought state of pleasurable feeling; lively pleasure; severe pleasure; delight.
    • whatever provides great pleasure or pleasure.
    • Licentious pleasure; lust.
    • a top level of pleasure or pleasure; happiness; rapture.
    • what provides great enjoyment; what affords a top level of satisfaction or satisfaction.
    • Licentious satisfaction; lust.
    • some thing or somebody that provides a source of joy
    • a sense of severe pleasure or satisfaction
    • Great pleasure; joy.
    • Something that offers great satisfaction or satisfaction.
    • pleasure; satisfaction
    • A high level of gratification of brain; a higher- wrought condition of pleasurable sensation; vibrant satisfaction; extreme satisfaction; joy.
    • whatever gives great pleasure or pleasure.
    • Licentious satisfaction; lust.
    • a higher amount of enjoyment or satisfaction; pleasure; rapture.
    • That which provides great enjoyment; what affords increased degree of satisfaction or enjoyment.
    • Licentious pleasure; lust.
    • something or some one that delivers a source of joy
    • a sense of extreme satisfaction or satisfaction
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To simply take great pleasure or delight: delights in using lengthy strolls.
    • to provide great pleasure or delight: an old film that nonetheless delights.
    • to own or take great pleasure or enjoyment; to be considerably happy or rejoiced; -- followed closely by an infinitive, or by in.
    • To take great pleasure or pleasure: delights in using lengthy strolls.
    • to offer great pleasure or happiness: a classic motion picture that however delights.
    • to own or take great pleasure or enjoyment; becoming greatly pleased or rejoiced; -- followed by an infinitive, or by in.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To kindly significantly. See Synonyms at please.
    • to provide delight to; to impact with great satisfaction; to kindly extremely
    • To please considerably. See Synonyms at please.
    • to provide pleasure to; to affect with great enjoyment; to kindly very
  • verb:
    • To give enjoyment to.
    • hold spellbound
    • take pleasure in
    • give enjoyment to or be pleasing to
    • To give pleasure to.
    • hold spellbound
    • take delight in
    • give enjoyment to or be pleasing to
  • others:
    • To impact with great pleasure or rapture; kindly extremely; give or pay for a high degree of pleasure or satisfaction to: as, a lovely landscape delights a person's eye; balance delights the ear; poetry delights the mind.
    • having and take great pleasure; be considerably pleased or rejoiced: followed closely by an infinitive or by in.
    • To impact with great enjoyment or rapture; kindly highly; offer or afford a top level of satisfaction or satisfaction to: as, an attractive landscape delights a person's eye; equilibrium delights the ear; poetry delights the mind.
    • to possess or take great pleasure; be greatly happy or rejoiced: followed closely by an infinitive or by in.
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