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During the show’s most delightful set piece, an unassuming storefront reveals a pink boudoir where dancer Natasha Frater is wearing a mask.

For Kinney, the kindness of complete strangers has been surprising but delightful, she said.

When reimagining the dining room for the outdoors, the duo continued the theme with mismatched rugs, oilcloth tablecloths, and other delightful personal touches, all while trying to keep costs low.

From Eater

In any other year, we might look at this delightful throwback to a classic, Japan-only Nintendo game and briefly give the whole thing a thumbs up.

Chemosensors on your antennae and mouthparts ping with a steady stream of information, and you toodle your little coleopteran body around to eat bits of dead tree that bring you a delightful gustatory sensation.

This collection features 100 fun, colorful, and sometimes delightfully irreverent messages designed by Friends with Type.

Sure, there are some colorful English aristocrats still around, but is the age of the delightfully nutty toff at an end?

A shot of the Moutai brand delightfully produced a toasted hazelnut flavor cloud in my mouth.

For me, technology is a delightfully helpful crutch to scaffold me into more advanced meditative practices.

The delightfully trippy television special has been mocked as feminist propaganda disguised as entertainment.

"On a warm summer's day it's delightfully cool down here," Mr. Meadow Mouse murmured.

The intellect is thus kept compulsorily and delightfully occupied from the start to the finish.

Among these showy and high-bred soldiers, the hours passed delightfully.

It was delightfully wooded scenery through which we passed, and a snug little spot where we lunched.

We were admitted by the keeper, who lives in the dilapidated but delightfully picturesque half-timbered gatehouse.


On this page you'll find 145 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to delightfully, such as: appealingly, attractively, charmingly, elegantly, exquisitely, and gorgeously.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.