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  • adj. Archaic form of delightful.


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  • I, as I found my appetite mended by my short visit, I had some delightfull walks, and brought home a present of valuable pictures.

    Letter 162

  • The country about you must be delightfull if you can but get out, or perhaps on the Sands in your favourite walk, but how can you get charles along if you give up the Chaise?

    Letter 162

  • This open house in black in white has a beautiful architectural design. simple yet very user friendly. the kitchen cum didning space is a delightfull addtition to this house.

    Villa Rahoj Alle in Hojbjerg, Denmark

  • Then at intervals in a remote part of the enchanted grove, a delightfull thrill came through the bosom from the roll of the fife and the "spirit stirring Drum".

    Letter 35

  • Scetch-Books, and every thing that can render a ten days journey delightfull.

    Letter 212

  • The weather holds highly in my favour, the Country is delightfull; here is a most noble and venerable old Cathedral of larger dimentions than Westminster Abbey, and a thousand things to see that I cannot here name.

    Letter 193

  • The Country round it highly delightfull, a good navigable River.

    Letter 192

  • After a delightfull ride we reachd the place by two O'clock.

    Letter 251

  • It affords certainly a most delightfull view on every side; here I could discover that had I kept on nearly in the direction in which I started that I might have passd over Boar Hills to Leith Hills which here appear eminently conspicuous, having a square tower on one summit and being much higher and of greater extant than any other in sight.

    Letter 106

  • Nevertheless, my sister and I enjoyed many delightfull meals there with Daddy.

    Some Memories of Daddy – Jack London


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