Thesaurus / delight

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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.

Mongan looked on the Hag of the Mill with delight and affection.

Irish Fairy TalesJames Stephens

While there, her one delight was to see the King as often as possible, and to listen to praise of his many noble deeds.

The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, CompleteMadame La Marquise De Montespan

The result was that Mr. Wallace made preparations to go by air, much to the delight of Bob and Joe.

Secrets of the AndesJames H. Foster

Avice was in a state of excitement and delight through the whole time.

Our Little LadyEmily Sarah Holt

At length this hero-brother had obtained leave of absence to visit Aurungpore, and great was the delight of both.

The Disputed V.C.Frederick P. Gibbon

The most trifling incident of those happy days delight me, for no other reason than being of those days.

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