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delightful

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adjective de·light·ful \di-ˈlīt-fəl, dē-\

Simple Definition of delightful

  • : very pleasant : giving or causing delight

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of delightful

  1. :  highly pleasing <a delightful surprise>

delightfully

play \-fə-lē\ adverb

delightfulness

noun

Examples of delightful in a sentence

  1. It has been delightful meeting you.

  2. That was a delightful party.



Circa 1530

First Known Use of delightful

circa 1530

Rhymes with delightful


DELIGHTFUL Defined for Kids

delightful

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adjective de·light·ful \di-ˈlīt-fəl\

Definition of delightful for Students

  1. :  giving delight :  very pleasing

delightfully

\-fə-lē\ adverb




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