cause (sb) great satisfaction, enjoyment, or joy
feel great pleasure
great pleasure; joy
sth/sb that gives great pleasure
"his delight to see her was obvious to all"
"a joy to behold"
"the pleasure of his company"
"the new car is a delight"
"These colors please the senses"
"a pleasing sensation"
"he delights in his granddaughter"
He gazed! he thrilled with deep delight!
The branch of knowledge..in which he takes the greatest delight.
出自： B. Jowett
She laughed as if the idea..delighted her.
出自： W. Cather
More than pleased: he had been delighted.
出自： A. Mason
He delights in music.
The Smiths delight in travels.
His wife delights in the new car.
They delight in children's literature.
This is the kind of verbal sleight-of-hand that he delights in.
My father delighted in telling stories about my childhood.
My youngest brother delights in watching the monkeys in the zoo.
These youngsters delight in doing good deeds and helping others.
Jacelin seems to delight in making other people suffer.
I delighted in having my old friends at my home once again.
That uncle of yours is always delighting in contradicting me.
Old china delights me with its delicate colour.
He delighted himself with his success.
My mother is delighted with my sister.
My teacher is delighted with my second article.
They were delighted with the result.
The children were delighted with the presents.
The whole family is delighted with the new house.
Cage always takes delight in proving others wrong.
Brooks took a delight in inflicting pain on others.
She took a great delight in playing the piano.