vb. (context archaic English) (en-third-person singular of: delight)
Usage examples of "delighteth".
It is well known that the man whom it delighteth the people to honor, keeps and for many years has kept, a concubine, one of his slaves.
The steps of a good man are ordered of the Lord, and He delighteth in his way.
He never knoweth effeminate rest, Who on the billows delighteth to wander.
But amongst the Bookes of Lucius Apuleius, which are perished and prevented, howbeit greatly desired as now adayes, one was intituled Banquetting questions, another entreating of the nature of fish, another of the generation of beasts, another containing his Epigrams, another called 'Hermagoras' : but such as are now extant are the foure books named 'Floridorum', wherein is contained a flourishing stile, and a savory kind of learning, which delighteth, holdeth, and rejoiceth the reader marvellously.