Use or possession of something beneficial or pleasurable.(noun)
Something that gives pleasure: Classical music was her chief enjoyment. (noun)
Law The exercise of a right.(noun)
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Use "enjoyment" in a sentence
"My theme is humble, though the audience to whom I desire to speak is large: for I speak to the ordinary reader with ordinary capacities and ordinary leisure, to whom reading is, or ought to be, not a business but a pleasure; and my theme is the enjoyment -- not, mark you, the improvement, nor the glory, nor the profit, but the _enjoyment_ -- which may be derived by such an one from books."
"But our enjoyment is as beautiful listening to a variety of songs on a CD as it is reading a collection of poems."
"There are some of you who know how much what you call enjoyment has cost you."