- 1The state or process of taking pleasure in something: the enjoyment of a good wineMore example sentences
pleasure, entertainment, amusement, diversion, recreation, relaxation; comfort, relief, delight, happiness, merriment, gladness, joy, fun, gaiety, jollity, satisfaction, gratification; liking, zeal, relish, gustoNorth American • informal rec• humorous delectation• dated sport• rare beguilement
- He puts restaurant's success down to good food, polite efficient service, and the process of pleasure and enjoyment.
- The dedication, hard work and enjoyment combined to give pleasure to the cast, production team and helpers, and to the audiences who supported them.
- It was also the most expensive player, which ensured quality and hours of pleasurable listening enjoyment.
- 1.1 [count noun] A thing that gives pleasure: one of his particular enjoyments was campfire singingMore example sentences
- From the triathlon and local hikes for the seriously sporty to pub-crawls and hog roasts for those who prefer gentler enjoyments, the carnival programme has something for everyone.
- It adds the interests and views and enjoyments of another person.
- The next month starts on July 18 and, until then, I'm afraid I'll have to take a break here and in all my other online enjoyments.
- 2The action of possessing and benefiting from something.More example sentences
- Any tenant has a contractual right to quiet possession and enjoyment of the letting.
- I've thought about who could get use or enjoyment out of my possessions and have written down who should receive them.
- In this context, sharing is predicated upon the idea of individuals having common possession, enjoyment or use of goods.