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At first I thought this was part of his kink, but the conversations aren’t very enjoyable for either of us.

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Topicals is taking the focus off of having “perfect” skin and putting the onus on making the treatment experience more enjoyable or as we like to say “Funner Flare-Ups.”

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You know, it was easy to work all the time because it was enjoyable, like a big puzzle.

Forcing yourself to eat a meal, even a meal you like, makes it much less enjoyable than if you come to it freely.

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Which is more enjoyable is a matter of personal preference and learning style, as well as campus policy.

Austria and Germany, he tells me, were really enjoyable experiences; he was completely anonymous there, no one knew him.

But the Upper East Side social scene is cooler and more enjoyable.

It turned into one of the most enjoyable experiences I had in my brief time working in the movie business.

Drinking is, for many people, an enjoyable part of social gatherings and a complement to meals.

Hong Kong music is based on karaoke music, meaning simple beats, simple lyrics, enjoyable.

Truly it was a most enjoyable season and experience, but there is no joy without its alley here below—not even at the North Pole!

Judy did not pass a very enjoyable playtime with Punch, who was consumed with indignation.

To supply eminent humorists and others with enjoyable, rational, and profitable employment.

Galway is the gateway to Connemara, and Connemara is one of the best places under the sun for a healthy and enjoyable holiday.

Jessie shrugged her shoulders, and replied that the dance was about as enjoyable as most of that class of thing.


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On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to enjoyable, such as: amusing, delicious, delightful, entertaining, fun, and gratifying.

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