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

In some cases the CinemaSins review of a film is more enjoyable than the movie itself.

The irony would be all the more enjoyable had it not been for the heart-wrenching scene to come.

For me, however, that provides an even more enjoyable, although unlikely possibility.

And Shirley MacLaine joining the cast made it all the more enjoyable.

The secrecy of these meetings make them more enjoyable, and their length and frequency are unconsciously increased.

There is nothing more enjoyable than road coach-driving, in my opinion, except a day with foxhounds.

We all pine for fine holidays, and no doubt they do us more good, in addition to being more enjoyable, than wet ones.

Here and there, of course, I came across a break-neck tract, but that only made the contrast more enjoyable.

The mustang wheeled to one side, and bounded away with the old speed, which was more enjoyable to him than a moderate pace.

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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.

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