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Word definitions for enjoyable in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
adjective COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a pleasant/enjoyable stay ▪ Our driver said goodbye and wished us a pleasant stay. enjoyable/pleasant ▪ We want to make the experience as enjoyable as possible. ▪ She recalled pleasant experiences from her past....
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Enjoyable \En*joy"a*ble\, a. Capable of being enjoyed or of giving joy; yielding enjoyment. --Milton.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
a. pleasant, capable of giving pleasure.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1640s, "capable of being enjoyed," from enjoy + -able . Meaning "affording pleasure" is from 1744. Related: Enjoyably ; enjoyableness .
Word definitions in WordNet
adj. affording satisfaction or pleasure; "the company was enjoyable"; "found her praise gratifying"; "full of happiness and pleasurable excitement"; "good printing makes a book more pleasurable to read" [syn: gratifying , pleasurable ]
Usage examples of enjoyable.
The most enjoyable dinner I had was with Madame de Gergi, who came with the famous adventurer, known by the name of the Count de St.
Despacio had been a convert like herself, and his music was only fully enjoyable by an algorithmic being, some claimed.
Harun al Raschid returned to his very distant land where the populace did indeed enjoy a never-ending series of fart jokes, and Sinbad and Fatima were returned to human form after a most enjoyable apehood, and then were accompanied back to Baghdad by Achmed and his new bride, Marjanah, and all were showered with gifts from that elder Sinbad, who was rich again, at least for the time being, and was much relieved to see them.
He was thinking about how enjoyable it might turn out to bechasing down the pieces, traveling together to acquire themwhen Percy waylaid him in the hallway.
This mating business had been more enjoyable when her sole concern was how Cor would take her next.
So he concentrated instead on the more enjoyable activities which had led up to this prolonged session of discomfort: the procession through the town, the entrance into the castle, the swearing of the nobles, even the formal divestiture of garments which had taken place outside the hall, the clothing heaped into two piles between which the wedding procession had passed.
In particular, I now find structuralism rather more interesting than poststructuralism, and to reflect this I have added a new chapter on narratology, a branch of structuralist theory which lends itself very readily to enjoyable and thought-provoking practical applications.
It must have been ten minutes later, not more, and I had been having QUITE an enjoyable chat with my hostess, and had promised to lend her The Eternal City and my recipe for rabbit mayonnaise, and was just about to offer a kind home for her third Persian kitten, when I perceived, out of the corner of my eye, that Reginald was not where I had left him, and that the marrons glaces were untasted.
I still did not masturbate, but I had nocturnal emissions which gave me relief and which I found enjoyable.
Barrymore tries to explain this phenomenon by arguing that, of all modern means of getting about the world, motoring is in itself the most enjoyable.
Ned had found the visit to the main settlement at Parramatta both profitable and enjoyable.
The long, oak tables and benches were interspersed with couches, for throughout the empire at this time it remained a matter of local customor simply of personal choicewhether one ate sitting or reclining, and a particularly prolonged and enjoyable dinner might well begin with the first and conclude with the second.
Many an enjoyable journey was made, in the intervals of Brigade Training, northward to lonely Swaledale, south to Coverdale, across the Valley of the Yore, to the prominent peak of Penhill, or to the beautiful Aysgarth Falls.
While the vacation stories were animated and enjoyable, the mention of unexpected corporate visits sent a clear message to all managers and employees in the heretofore distant places: the owners are airborne and could be stopping in at any time.
Visitors came to it in their carriages and unwieldy four-horse chariots, attended by troops of servants, making slow but most enjoyable pilgrimages over the mountain roads, journeys that lasted a week or a fortnight, and were every day enlivened by jovial adventure.