Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Delighted"

The meaning of "Delighted" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does delighted mean?
A: This is such a beautiful word. I wish more people word use it.

It is the combination of happy and light hearted. Pleasantly surprised. It is a calm joy. Serene.

I was delighted to see the house cleaned when I got home.

Conversations with him are just delightful.

Tonight’s dinner was a delight. The food was delicious, the wine was perfect and the movie we watched afterwards was thought provoking.

She is a delight to work with. She never complains and she is meticulous about everything.

Owning a miniature pinscher has been such a delight. This breed is cheerful, strong minded, loyal, protective and very smart.
Q: What does you've delighted us long enough mean?
A: @Ri-na It is a polite way to say "I have to go" or "you have to go".

It's ending a conversation or a visit... kind of politely. : )
Q: What does delighted mean?
A: feeling or showing great pleasure
Q: What does delighted mean?
A: It basically means "happy" for example : "I'm delighted to see you" is a different way of saying "I'm happy to see you"
Q: What does delighted mean?
A: Deeper happiness
Pleased
Overjoyed
Ecstatic
Very glad

Example sentences using "Delighted"

Q: Please show me example sentences with delighted.
A: yup ^_^ but delighted is more often used in writing and is more formal than happy
Q: Please show me example sentences with delighted with.
A: I am delighted by your enthusiasm to learn!

I am delighted with his performence.

It would be more natural to say "delighted by" or "pleased with"

Synonyms of "Delighted" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between delighted and delightful ?
A: I am delighted to be here.

Her personality is delightful.

I would be delighted to go with you.

This cake is delightful.
Q: What is the difference between delighted and pleased ?
A: Delighted is a stronger word than pleased, meaning greatly pleased.
A more natural sounding word would be ‘happy’. “I am very happy that you could come with us.” Most people don’t use the word delighted.
Q: What is the difference between delighted and happy , glad ?
A: They're all pretty similar. "Glad" means you're satisfied at the result of something. "I'm glad that my team won." Happy is more general and the most commonly used. "Delighted" is a more intense version of happy and is more formal.
Q: What is the difference between delighted with and delighted at ?
A: You'd use "with" for something you own/possess. I.e. "I'm delighted with my new car/job", never "I'm delighted at my new car/job". But for other things, either is good I.e "I'm delighted at/with the news "

Translations of "Delighted"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? delighted and always
A: Delighted and always*
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