Definition of enjoyable in English:


Syllabification: en·joy·a·ble
Pronunciation: /inˈjoiəb(ə)l
, enˈjoiəb(ə)l


(Of an activity or occasion) giving delight or pleasure: the decision is aimed at making shopping more enjoyable
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  • It is not often that I have such a substantial start to the day but I admit this was an enjoyable meal.
  • For me, it was one of the most intriguing and enjoyable experiences of the festival.
  • The assembly was immensely humorous and an very enjoyable way to round up the day.
entertaining, amusing, agreeable, pleasurable, diverting, engaging, delightful, to one's liking, pleasant, congenial, convivial, lovely, fine, good, great, delicious, delectable, satisfying, gratifying;
informal super, fantastic, fabulous, fab, terrific, magic, killer



Pronunciation: /enˌjoi-əˈbilitē/
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  • Each of these excursions was successful in that the films I saw were very good, although with differing levels of enjoyability.
  • It truly was an unmissable experience being here and the organisation and enjoyability of it all is thanks to impeccable Portuguese hospitality.
  • It's a decent read but the enjoyability of these books depend solely on the audience.


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  • Actually, we think that the most important thing is to maintain the enjoyableness of the movie.
  • What a huge huge difference this makes to the enjoyableness of proceedings on the night and to the state of your health when you wake up the next morning.
  • Afternoons of such sweet enjoyableness are so rare with me that I tend to savor them, hold them lingering to myself, rather than share them.


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  • Dipping into a programme on the 100 best children's TV programmes the other night was enjoyably nostalgic.
  • So, it was an enjoyably informative evening.
  • Besides being academic institutions, Wang thought it would also be better if people considered museums as places to spend their spare time enjoyably.

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