enjoyable

[ en-joi-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enjoyable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENJOYABLE

She was not the cook, but she could, and had on occasion, served up a most enjoyable breakfast.

It is as useful to read him as it is enjoyable to travel with him.

All the aspects of rural life can thus be made most enjoyable.

All this would have been enjoyable and fruitful if there had not been a fish within a mile.

Let me only forget the past, and this life can be enjoyable enough.

“I hope you have had an enjoyable afternoon,” said Mr. Newville.

It ought to be enjoyable and a help to sustain the laughter.

In effect it was a partie carre and bade fair to be enjoyable.

I want them to see for themselves how enjoyable such a life as this is.

One of the most enjoyable resources of the country hostess is the picnic.

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