enjoyment

[ en-joi-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enjoyment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENJOYMENT

As for the child, he gave himself wholly to the enjoyment of a stick of candy.

Money means to the traveller not only health, enjoyment, comfort, but knowledge.

Beyond this she had little time for enjoyment, for she had so much work to do.

Weary Willie was the only man of them all who appeared to find any enjoyment in the situation.

The revulsion accentuated her enjoyment of the picturesque aspects of the scene.

I know I take all in the way of enjoyment that I can put my two hands on.

"Yes," Graham nodded, smiling with enjoyment of his little joke.

As much to her own enjoyment as to his dismay, she covered it with a corner of her shawl as she took it.

His enjoyment of this day was complete: he not only admired, but was admired.

Then laughter arose and a tempest of bravos, quite a tumult of enjoyment.

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