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enjoyment    : [ɛndʒ'ɔɪmənt] [ɪndʒ'ɔɪmənt]
Enjoyment \En*joy"ment\, n.
1. The condition of enjoying anything; pleasure or
satisfaction, as in the possession or occupancy of
anything; possession and use; as, the enjoyment of an
estate.
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2. That which gives pleasure or keen satisfaction.
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The hope of everlasting enjoyments. --Glanvill.

Syn: Pleasure; satisfaction; gratification; fruition;
happiness; felicity; delight.
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enjoyment
n 1: the pleasure felt when having a good time
2: act of receiving pleasure from something [synonym: {enjoyment},
{delectation}]
3: (law) the exercise of the legal right to enjoy the benefits
of owning property; "we were given the use of his boat" [synonym:
{use}, {enjoyment}]

61 Moby Thesaurus words for "enjoyment":
advantage, amusement, animal pleasure, benefit, bodily pleasure,
carnal delight, comfort, content, contentment, coziness,
creature comforts, delectation, delight, diversion, divertisement,
divertissement, ease, endpleasure, entertainment, euphoria,
exercise, forepleasure, fruition, fun, gratification,
great satisfaction, gusto, hearty enjoyment, indulgence,
intellectual pleasure, joie de vivre, joy, keen pleasure, kicks,
luxury, mirth, passe-temps, pastime, physical pleasure, pleasure,
possession, quiet pleasure, recreation, regalement, relaxation,
relish, satisfaction, savor, self-gratification, self-indulgence,
sensual pleasure, sensuous pleasure, sexual pleasure, solace,
sweetness of life, titillation, use, utilization, voluptuousness,
well-being, zest




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  • Pleasure | Definition of Pleasure by Merriam-Webster
    Choose the Right Synonym for pleasure Noun pleasure, joy, and enjoyment mean the agreeable feeling that accompanies getting something good or much wanted pleasure is used for a feeling of happiness or satisfaction that may not be shown openly He took pleasure in helping others joy is used for a radiant feeling that is very strong Hers is a life filled with joy
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