a high degree of pleasure or enjoyment; joy; rapture:
She takes great delight in her job.
something that gives great pleasure:
The dance was a delight to see.
verb (used with object)
to give great pleasure, satisfaction, or enjoyment to; please highly:
The show delighted everyone.
verb (used without object)
to have great pleasure; take pleasure (followed by in or an infinitive):
She delights in going for long walks in the country.
(transitive) to please greatly
(intransitive) foll by in. to take great pleasure (in)
extreme pleasure or satisfaction; joy
something that causes this: music was always his delight
verb (used with object), delineated, delineating. 1. to trace the outline of; sketch or trace in outline; represent pictorially: He delineated the state of Texas on the map with a red pencil. 2. to portray in words; describe or outline with precision: In her speech she delineated the city plan with great care. verb (transitive) […]
noun 1. the act or process of delineating. 2. a chart or diagram; sketch; rough draft. 3. a description.
adjective 1. failing in or neglectful of a duty or obligation; guilty of a misdeed or offense. 2. (of an account, tax, debt, etc.) past due; overdue. 3. of or relating to delinquents or delinquency: delinquent attitudes. noun 4. a person who is delinquent. 5. juvenile delinquent. noun 1. someone, esp a young person, guilty […]
adjective 1. Pathology. affected with or characteristic of delirium. 2. wild with excitement, enthusiasm, etc.: She was delirious with joy at the news. adjective 1. affected with delirium 2. wildly excited, esp with joy or enthusiasm delirious de·lir·i·ous (dĭ-lēr’ē-əs) adj. Of, suffering from, or characteristic of delirium.