delight[ dih-lahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF delight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIGHT
Malbone looked at Kate, who smiled with delight, and put her hand on that of Hope.
We hastened on, and to our delight found one of the best springs in the colony.
And Jud, shouting with delight and relief, threw his arms around the neck of the horse.
But his wife, her face aglow, clasped her hands in an ecstasy of delight.
Gartley's heart swelled with delight, translating her confidence into his power.
The bridegroom regarded her with a face that was luminous of delight.
In almost every play he speaks of flowers with affection and delight.
The pride of my heart and the delight of my eyes is my garden.
To tell the truth, she's more than half afraid of me, and I delight in mystifying her all I can.
Their walk was a delight to him, their roaring gallop a frenzy of eager sensation.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DELIGHT
- blow off steam
- carry on
- cut loose
- fool around
- go on a spree
- kick over the traces
- kick up heels
- kick up one's heels
- kid around
- lap up
- let go
- let loose
- live it up
- make merry
- make whoopee
- paint the town
- paint the town red
- run around
- step out
- whoop it up