The Collaborative International Dictionary
Delitable \De*lit"a*ble\, a. Delightful; delectable. [Obs.]
a. (context obsolete English) delightful; delectable
Usage examples of "delitable".
Ther is, at the west syde of Ytaille, Doun at the roote of Vesulus the colde, A lusty playne, habundant of vitaille, Where many a tour and toun thou mayst biholde That founded were in tyme of fadres olde, And many another delitable sighte, And Saluces this noble contree highte.
Noght fer fro thilke paleys honurable Ther as this markys shoop his mariage, Ther stood a throop, of site delitable, In which that povre folk of that village Hadden hir beestes and hir herbergage, And of hir lobour tooke hir sustenance, After that the erthe yaf hem habundance.
They leden hir by ryveres and by welles, And eek in othere places delitables, They dauncen, and they pleyen at ches and tables.