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  • v. Present participle of enjoy.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Rikei-kun, meaning men who study or work in the math and science fields, another term enjoying a popularity in recent days, can also be viewed as a type of soshoku-kei men.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • "Dear me! is that what you call enjoying yourself, Miss Dexie?" said

    Miss Dexie A Romance of the Provinces

  • Vivimus dum vivamus is his motto, and what he calls enjoying life is comprehended in

    Social relations in our Southern States,

  • When he has caught some hideous insect that makes one shudder, he blushes with pleasure, and looks at his wife and me, and says, with the prettiest lisp: 'This is what I call enjoying the day.'

    I Say No

  • We are taking traditional tabletop role-playing games to the next level, adding a new layer of immersive and intuitive gaming to the Microsoft Surface Table and assisting both GMs and players in enjoying exciting and engaging adventures.

    Boing Boing

  • One blog that I've recently discovered and whose posts I am very much enjoying is How Publishing Really Works - it is one year old today.


  • Why bother with the expense of decorating the White House when the obama's are going to be in enjoying themselves in Hawaii, the money could be better used towards helping the poor.

    Making of a White House Christmas

  • The power of Japan, for me, lies in everything you find here that you couldn't imagine seeing in another country, even – sometimes especially – when what you think you're enjoying is something foreign, deliciously lost in translation.

    Big in Japan: why Tokyo is top

  • The explosion of wealth apparent on our new Forbes China Rich List suggests that the nation is once again enjoying another golden age.

    China's Billionaire Boom

  • Hmm. Anyhow, another show I've been really enjoying is Spartacus.

    More on storytelling


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