Enjoyment In A Sentence

Definition of Enjoyment

(uncountable) The condition of enjoying anything. | (uncountable) An enjoyable state of mind. | (countable) An activity that gives pleasure.

How To Use Enjoyment In A Sentence?

  • Mademoiselle was in a gay mood after her few hours of enjoyment among the comforts of a city.
  • But if there are not other worlds, men are essentially losers by neglecting the enjoyment of this.
  • It would be a lifetime to them, measuring time by the enjoyment it would afford them.
  • If you have plenty of money, your soldier life is simply a barrier to the enjoyment of it.
  • That was not so far from Nice as to preclude the enjoyment of some little gaiety and society.
  • That the days I spent there brought me enjoyment and delight, every one will easily suppose.
  • At the dinner she was sullen and quiet, but she could not hide her enjoyment of the melodrama later.
  • But his enjoyments were enhanced by not being made the business of his life, and his business was almost an enjoyment in itself.
  • The enjoyment of the women consists in smoking cigarettes, and gazing between each puff at the glorious scenery.
  • It overpowers, but gives no repose, and the fatigue of enjoying is greater than the enjoyment itself.
  • No one but myself could have guessed that he cared for much besides a lazy kind of enjoyment of all the best and nicest things in this world.
  • The enjoyment of the right to vote has not been fully secured to the negro race, but no one has appeared to deny his right to hold office.
  • At the time the shot was heard, the self-indulgent half-breed was inside, recumbent on his back in the enjoyment of a pipe.
  • An eternal desire burns in those eyes, unspeakable, unappeasable, which enjoyment feeds without satisfying.
  • He had no intention of having his enjoyment spoiled by what he termed "bad bile," so he yielded his full attention to the tree itself.
  • The man who now sets forth on a cross country pleasure trip in his automobile, will find still greater enjoyment in a cross country flight.
  • I do not care to work at a task so burdensome, so time-consuming that I have no heart for the enjoyment of living.
  • The flaw in my enjoyment of his company on our Thursdays was the certainty of the length of time he would be pleased to bestow it upon us.
  • The felicity of the angels, and no doubt of all created intelligences, must be found in the enjoyment of God.
  • In this first flush of life, in this new enjoyment of Paris the alluring, he felt the need of something more.
  • He had not been many minutes in the enjoyment of his weed, when he saw Miss Grainger coming hastily towards him.
  • Each party has refuted his adversary, and in the enjoyment of his triumph he seems not to have duly reflected on the destruction of his own position.
  • Once the avenue of spruce trees swallowed him up he abandoned all further contemplation of his disquietude, and gave himself up to the full enjoyment of his new surroundings.
  • He had been a grave man all his life; it was strange that he should die in the enjoyment of a joke; and it was hard that that joke should be at my expense.
  • An inborn refinement rejects such coarse pleasure, just as their very habits of life derive no enjoyment from the display and splendor reflected by riches.
  • Indeed it was a high privilege for a nation to have daily before its eyes so pure and noble an example of unsullied virtue, of innocent enjoyment and sterling worth.
  • It was from the two young white maidservants the children heard tales they listened to with a kind of awful enjoyment by day, but which were remembered at night with a shudder.
  • In his View on the Y we obtain enjoyment from the fine aerial perspective, the correct drawing of the ships, and the numerous little figures.
  • Man can only derive life and enjoyment from a perpetual search and appropriation; that is, from a perpetual application of his faculties to objects, or from labour.
  • The floor was crowded, and the children had to be turned out into the street to play, but the enjoyment of the party was evidently not at all lessened by the somewhat incongruous surroundings.
  • The twenty-six years that were his after the close of the great struggle in which he had been one of the central figures, were filled with a quiet enjoyment of life and a wide personal popularity.
  • The scent of the orange blossoms and roses is so strong, that it has a physical effect upon your nerves, and gives you a feeling of unspeakable enjoyment and bliss.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Enjoyment | Enjoyment Sentence

  • Special enjoyment only comes by contrast.
  • And in enjoyment languish for desire.
  • It was a day of enjoyment to us, you may be sure.
  • I will not speak of the indescribable enjoyment that fell to my lot.
  • This seemed however not to interfere at all with the enjoyment of the ball.
  • Too much of either detracts from the enjoyment of its beatitudes.
  • Lawful enjoyment is the surest method to prevent unlawful gratification.
  • But the girl's dancing-eyed enjoyment found no reflection in Bill's brother.

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