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Loaded with fast-drying archival ink, the Sakura’s Pigma Micron fineliners are simply a delight to work with.
MUST-HAVE ART SUPPLIES TO LET YOUR INNER CREATIVE SHINESANDRA GUTIERREZ G.FEBRUARY 11, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
As the biggest snowstorm in the region in two years, it brought delight to snow lovers and proved not to be a huge inconvenience.
HOW AN IMPERFECT SNOWSTORM FORECAST TURNED OUT MOSTLY RIGHTJASON SAMENOWFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
To me, love for food should be about the appreciation of subtlety, not a delight in savagery.
GENE WEINGARTEN: THIS HOT SAUCE IS A KILLERGENE WEINGARTENJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Particularly during the colder months, I love employing this method to turn tough cuts of meat into silken morsels of pure delight.
HOW TO BRAISE VEGETABLES AND BRING OUT THEIR BEST FLAVORSAARON HUTCHERSONJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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.
‘BIG TOW’ HAS ACTION, HUMOR, AND A LESBIAN ROMANCETERRI SCHLICHENMEYERDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
So maybe, to the delight of snow-lovers, the contrarian viewpoint will prevail.
TODAY IN D.C.: HEADLINES TO START YOUR WEDNESDAY IN D.C., MARYLAND AND VIRGINIADANA HEDGPETH, TEDDY AMENABARDECEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
To the delight of art lovers, many of New York City’s major museums have reopened.
THE MOST POIGNANT ART IN NEW YORK RIGHT NOW IS FROM THE CITY SANITATION DEPARTMENTANNE QUITOSEPTEMBER 11, 2020QUARTZ
Back-to-school time is usually greeted with delight by children and parents.
WHEN SCIENCE DOESN’T YET HAVE THE ANSWERSNANCY SHUTEAUGUST 23, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
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.
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Day or night, hail or fog, mold or rain, light can take a wide variety of paths, sometimes yielding optical delights.
EXPLAINER: RAINBOWS, FOGBOWS AND THEIR EERIE COUSINSMATTHEW CAPPUCCIMAY 1, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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WORDS RELATED TO DELIGHT

  • amused
  • delighted
  • diverted
  • entertained
  • feasted
  • fractured
  • gave a party
  • grabbed
  • gratified
  • had a got-together
  • laughed it up
  • nurtured
  • partied
  • pleased
  • plied
  • refreshed
  • satisfied
  • served
  • tossed a party
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