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They broke into delighted laughter.
We're delighted with our new grandson.
The family is delighted that the case is finally over.
I was delighted to see my old friends again.
The company is delighted at the response to its advertisement.
I was absolutely delighted with the way things had turned out.
The children laughed delightedly.
This is the British English definition of delighted. View American English definition of delighted.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony
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