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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenjoymenten‧joy‧ment /ɪnˈdʒɔɪmənt/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]ENJOY/LIKE DOING something the feeling of pleasure you get from having or doing something, or something you enjoy doing Acting has brought me enormous enjoyment. Unfortunately, a small minority want to spoil everyone else’s enjoyment.see thesaurus at fun2 [uncountable] formalHAVE the fact of having something
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enjoymentHis throaty little murmurs told of his contentment and enjoyment of the ride.They always seem intent on involvement in the situation and find pleasure and enjoyment in analyzing relationships of others.I now play the piano mostly for enjoyment.All that accentuated the swings of mood in a man capable of intense enjoyment but subject also to persistent melancholy.I get a lot of enjoyment out of working with young children.The content of the work seems to have been another source of enjoyment.Seeing these fish grow larger and exhibit adult colouration is the next stage of enjoyment.How frequently does children's enjoyment of school feature in discussion at staff or governor's meetings?Ill health and the onset of deafness did little to diminish Ada Leverson's enjoyment of life.The others were absorbed in their economic problems, social enjoyments, and political activities.Because of the political activity, I had almost missed the enjoyment of spring.Some state laws regulated the enjoyment of civil rights on the basis of race.A really good wine will add to your enjoyment of the meal.
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