Word "ENJOY" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in
Synonyms:
bask, relish, savor, savour

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
get pleasure from
Synonyms:
love

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
take delight in
Synonyms:
delight, revel

Crossword Clues for ENJOY

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Clue Source Date
"Have a ball!" LA Times Daily 02 Sep 2022
Take pleasure in Thomas Joseph 26 Jul 2022
Like to do Newsday 30 Mar 2022
Dig The Guardian Quick 10 Mar 2022
'Have fun!' USA Today 18 Feb 2022
Really relish USA Today 21 Jan 2022
Take pleasure in The Times Concise 24 Dec 2021
Relish The Telegraph Quick 05 Aug 2021
'Bon appétit!' New York Times 30 May 2021
Eat up Newsday 26 Mar 2021
Savor Universal 27 Dec 2020
Revel in The Telegraph Quick 11 Nov 2020
"Have fun!" Eugene Sheffer 26 Oct 2020
Take pleasure in The Times Concise 04 Sep 2020
Have fun doing Newsday 04 May 2020
Relish for starter of lobster is missing - where's the gratification in that? Irish Times Crosaire 02 May 2020
'Have fun!' USA Today 13 Apr 2020
Delight in New York Times 01 Mar 2020
Relish Wall Street Journal 22 Feb 2020
Relish The Washington Post 09 Feb 2020
Relish LA Times Daily 09 Feb 2020
Savor Wall Street Journal 26 Mar 2019
'Have fun!' The Washington Post Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Take pleasure in Newsday 04 Mar 2019
Food server's encouragement Newsday 15 Feb 2019
Savor
'Have fun!' Eugene Sheffer 16 Nov 2018
Have a great time with Family Time 12 Nov 2018
Savor Newsday 20 Jul 2018
Take pleasure in The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2018
'Hope you like it!' The Washington Post Sunday 06 May 2018
'Hope you like it!' Jonesin 17 Apr 2018
Fancy The Washington Post 28 Jan 2018
Fancy LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2018
Experience pleasure from The Telegraph Quick 15 Jan 2018
'Have a nice time!' The Washington Post 04 Jan 2018
"Have a nice time!" LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2018
"Have fun!"
"Have a nice time!"
Fancy
"Bon appetit!" Universal 09 Aug 2017
Relish or have fun with Universal 18 Jun 2017
Bask in Newsday 08 Jun 2017
Have fun with Jack cutting single over year The Telegraph Toughie 19 May 2017
Get a kick out of men, Joyce? The Telegraph Cryptic 01 May 2017
Take pleasure in Thomas Joseph 17 Jan 2017
Get a kick out of USA Today 02 Jan 2017
Relish or have fun with
"Bon appétit!"
"Bon appetit!"
Get a kick out of
"Have a good time!" Universal 04 Mar 2016
Take pleasure in Universal 12 Jan 2016
Take pleasure in
Have a blast USA Today 28 Dec 2015
'Bon appetit!' Wall Street Journal 17 Dec 2015
Get a kick out of The Washington Post 15 Nov 2015
Get pleasure from Family Time 07 Jun 2015
Waiter's injunction USA Today 22 May 2015
Savor Premier Sunday 22 Feb 2015
Like Eugene Sheffer 20 Feb 2015
"Have a good time!" USA Today 29 Jan 2015
"Have a good time!"
Have fun doing
Have a blast
Waiter's injunction
Get a kick out of
Savor
"Bon appetit!"
Relish
Relish
Take pleasure in
Take pleasure in
Take pleasure in
Waiter's last word after serving food
"Have fun!"
Eat up
Get a kick from
Waiter's parting word after serving
Depeche Mode "___ the Silence"
Find pleasing
Really like
Waiter's remark after serving
Really eat up
Delight in
Have a blast with
Delight in
Word from a waiter
Relish
Have fun with
Waiter's exclamation
Eat up
"Have a great time!"
"Have fun!"
Word after serving
Find pleasing
"Have a nice time!"
"Have a good time!"
Savor
Waiter's exclamation
Have fun
Like
Delight in
Relish
Take pleasure in
Delight in
Take pleasure in
Fancy
"Have a good time!"
Find pleasure in
Wallow in
Find diverting
Eat up
Waiter's exhortation
Dig
Relish
Relish
Fancy
Relish
Waiter's word, sometimes
Waitress's parting word
Take delight in
Take delight in
Take pleasure in
Delight in
Bask in
Waiter's injunction
Have a blast with
Take pleasure in
Like
"Have fun!"
Delight in
Have a good one!
Waiter's word
Relish
"Have a great time!"
Take pleasure in
Eat up
Delight in
Waiter's parting word after serving
Have a ball
Benefit from
Waiter's word
Get satisfaction from
"Have a good time!"
Have fun with
Savor
Waiter's exclamation
Get a boot out of
Use with relish
Savor
Relish.
Have a good time.
Have the use of.
Take pleasure in.
Revel in.
Use with satisfaction.
"Have a good time!"
Eat up
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