Delight [noun]

Definition of Delight:

enjoyment, happiness

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Sentence/Example of Delight:

Loaded with fast-drying archival ink, the Sakura’s Pigma Micron fineliners are simply a delight to work with.

As the biggest snowstorm in the region in two years, it brought delight to snow lovers and proved not to be a huge inconvenience.

To me, love for food should be about the appreciation of subtlety, not a delight in savagery.

Particularly during the colder months, I love employing this method to turn tough cuts of meat into silken morsels of pure delight.

Despite that it leans a bit toward wordiness and could have used maybe one less caper, “The Big Tow” is a true delight – but not for the reasons you might think.

So maybe, to the delight of snow-lovers, the contrarian viewpoint will prevail.

To the delight of art lovers, many of New York City’s major museums have reopened.

Back-to-school time is usually greeted with delight by children and parents.

A friend of yours told me that they’ve watched with delight and surprise as you’ve evolved from a sort of angsty younger person, into someone who’s more contented and genial and a happy grandfather, specifically.

Day or night, hail or fog, mold or rain, light can take a wide variety of paths, sometimes yielding optical delights.