delightful

[ dih-lahyt-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF delightful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELIGHTFUL

The home of the Birkenholt family was not one of the least delightful.

Had you been poor, how delightful would it have been to labour for my benefactor!

Is it not delightful to know that you can start anything when you please?

One of the most delightful things about temptation is yielding now and then.

The reverential care bestowed on this grave is delightful to witness.

Oh, how delightful it was to watch the variations of his countenance while I spoke!

There were delightful drinks too, from the manzanita and the chia.

But although expectation was delightful, it was not sufficient for him, and he began again.

There was plenty of game, the days passed pleasantly, the evenings were delightful.

And if I obeyed, to what delightful discoveries or frightful dangers might it lead?

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