en
delight

Meaning: tr
keyif, zevk, hoşnut etmek, sevindirmek
God appointed blue to be an everlasting source of delight.
I am delighted to have you on board.
Nothing is more delightful to me than travelling.
I suppose society is wonderfully delightful. To be in it is merely a bore. But to be out of it is simply a tragedy.
The orchard, with its great sweeping boughs that bent to the ground with fruit, proved so delightful that the little girls spent most of the afternoon in it, sitting in a grassy corner where the frost had spared the green and the mellow autumn sunshine lingered warmly, eating apples and talking as hard as they could.
O Nymphs! O Pan!" he shouted in rapture, and hurrying down to the plain he threw himself into Chloe's arms, so full of delight that he fell fainting to the ground.
They were highly delighted with the invitation, and wonderfully busy in choosing the gowns, petticoats, and head-dresses which might best become them.
Tom seemed to be delighted.
I am delighted at your success.
We are delighted with her presence.
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