Results for: Delight

In Recipes

What is Turkish delight?

Turkish Delight is a mildly chewy fruit candy dusted with powdered sugar often with nut pieces suspended in it. The fruit flavor is mild but true (not artificial like fruit-fl (MORE)
In Depression and Bipolar Disorder

What is delight in disorder about?

Delight in Disorder is a poem by one Robert Herrick . The poemtalks about the theme of beauty that is most alluring when it is indisarray.
In Nouns

Is delight a noun?

Yes, it is a noun, meaning joy or pleasure. The verb "to delight"means to bring joy.
In Rhyming Words

What rhymes with delighted?

alighted bedighted benighted disunited excited far-/long-/near-/second-/short-/ sighted foresighted highlighted invited knighted lighted mitered mitred moonlighted overexcited (MORE)
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is the synonym of delight?

verb . rejoice - gladden - enjoy. noun . pleasure - enjoyment - joy - treat - delectation - relish.
In Adverbs

Is delightful an adverb?

An adverb is a descriptive word that modifies a verb. 'Delightful' does not modify a verb (eg the sentence "Dave delightful glanced at Karen, who melted" does not make sense, (MORE)
In Cars & Vehicles

What is delight need?

A delight need is that added value that a customer may get from the seller without prior expectation or request for the same. such value addition makes the customer delighted/ (MORE)
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is a delightful experience?

A delightful experience would be an experience that you treasure and really like. It would be a time you wouldn't forget, a time you really enjoyed.
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is the synonym of delighted?

A synonym or synonyms for delightful; for all you people to know is... . Cheerful . Charmed . Enjoy . Enchanted . Enraptured . Enthralled ~Thank you for hearing my (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is mean by delight?

Delight means happiness or joy. It means that one is pleased withsomething. To be delighted is the opposite of being disappointed orunhappy with something. It is usually used (MORE)