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(of an activity or occasion) giving delight or pleasure.‘they had an enjoyable afternoon’
entertaining, amusing, delightful, nice, to one's liking, pleasant, congenial, lovely, fine, good, great, agreeable, pleasurable, replayable, delicious, delectable, diverting, satisfying, gratifyingView synonyms
- ‘Wednesday evening I spent a very enjoyable evening with Mum and Dad down in Farnham.’
- ‘It's too easy to spend loads of cash, but also very enjoyable and extremely addictive.’
- ‘The matches he had in the semi and the final were wonderful and very enjoyable to watch.’
- ‘The assembly was immensely humorous and an very enjoyable way to round up the day.’
- ‘This was another enjoyable show by the amateur actors.’
- ‘His own schooling was made enjoyable thanks to two or three inspirational teachers.’
- ‘Many thanks to all who gave up their time to make the day so successful and enjoyable.’
- ‘Many have found it to be one of the most profound and enjoyable experiences of their lives.’
- ‘An enjoyable evening ended at the pub where a superb supper was provided.’
- ‘This film is enjoyable and visually gratifying.’
- ‘Aside from the fun aspect of it for the horses, it is also an enjoyable event for the rider.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘Mrs Lockhart said that the river cruise had been enjoyable.’
- ‘The training was very enjoyable and everyone went about their work with a smile on their face.’
- ‘It proved to be a very competitive and enjoyable start to the cross-country season.’
- ‘The film culminates in an incredibly enjoyable finale, one of the finest of its type.’
- ‘There was a terrific turnout and by all reports a very enjoyable night was had by all.’
- ‘A party for family and friends was held in her home and an enjoyable time was had by all.’
- ‘Had a good chat with my boss today and I think my job is going to be pretty enjoyable over the next few months at least.’
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