Definition of enjoyable in US English:

enjoyable

adjective

  • (of an activity or occasion) giving delight or pleasure.

    ‘the decision is aimed at making shopping more enjoyable’
    • ‘Mrs Lockhart said that the river cruise had been enjoyable.’
    • ‘An enjoyable evening ended at the pub where a superb supper was provided.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The assembly was immensely humorous and an very enjoyable way to round up the day.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Wednesday evening I spent a very enjoyable evening with Mum and Dad down in Farnham.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The matches he had in the semi and the final were wonderful and very enjoyable to watch.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The training was very enjoyable and everyone went about their work with a smile on their face.’
    • ‘For me, it was one of the most intriguing and enjoyable experiences of the festival.’
    • ‘It proved to be a very competitive and enjoyable start to the cross-country season.’
    • ‘It's too easy to spend loads of cash, but also very enjoyable and extremely addictive.’
    • ‘This film is enjoyable and visually gratifying.’
    • ‘The film culminates in an incredibly enjoyable finale, one of the finest of its type.’
    • ‘His own schooling was made enjoyable thanks to two or three inspirational teachers.’
    • ‘This was another enjoyable show by the amateur actors.’
    entertaining, amusing, delightful, nice, to one's liking, pleasant, congenial, lovely, fine, good, great, agreeable, pleasurable, replayable, delicious, delectable, diverting, satisfying, gratifying
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