delighted

Delighted vs Inspired - What's the difference?

delighted | inspired |


As adjectives the difference between delighted and inspired

is that delighted is greatly pleased while inspired is having excellence through inspiration.

As verbs the difference between delighted and inspired

is that delighted is (delight) while inspired is (inspire).

Delighted vs Gratified - What's the difference?

delighted | gratified | Related terms |

Delighted is a related term of gratified.


As verbs the difference between delighted and gratified

is that delighted is (delight) while gratified is (gratify).

As an adjective delighted

is greatly pleased.

Delighted vs Chuffed - What's the difference?

delighted | chuffed |


As adjectives the difference between delighted and chuffed

is that delighted is greatly pleased while chuffed is (british|informal) very pleased or satisfied.

As verbs the difference between delighted and chuffed

is that delighted is (delight) while chuffed is (chuff).

Relieved vs Delighted - What's the difference?

relieved | delighted |


As adjectives the difference between relieved and delighted

is that relieved is experiencing or exhibiting relief while delighted is greatly pleased.

As verbs the difference between relieved and delighted

is that relieved is (relieve) while delighted is (delight).

Animated vs Delighted - What's the difference?

animated | delighted | Related terms |

Animated is a related term of delighted.


As adjectives the difference between animated and delighted

is that animated is endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous while delighted is greatly pleased.

As verbs the difference between animated and delighted

is that animated is (animate) while delighted is (delight).

Puffed_up vs Delighted - What's the difference?

puffed_up | delighted | Related terms |

Puffed_up is a related term of delighted.


As adjectives the difference between puffed_up and delighted

is that puffed_up is to be proud while delighted is greatly pleased.

As verbs the difference between puffed_up and delighted

is that puffed_up is (puff up) while delighted is (delight).

Delighted vs Pleasing - What's the difference?

delighted | pleasing | Related terms |

Delighted is a related term of pleasing.


As adjectives the difference between delighted and pleasing

is that delighted is greatly pleased while pleasing is agreeable; giving pleasure, cheer, enjoyment or gratification.

As verbs the difference between delighted and pleasing

is that delighted is (delight) while pleasing is .

As a noun pleasing is

pleasure or satisfaction, as in the phrase "to my pleasing".

Delighted vs Shocked - What's the difference?

delighted | shocked |


As adjectives the difference between delighted and shocked

is that delighted is greatly pleased while shocked is surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.

As verbs the difference between delighted and shocked

is that delighted is (delight) while shocked is (shock).

Lucky vs Delighted - What's the difference?

lucky | delighted |


As adjectives the difference between lucky and delighted

is that lucky is favoured by luck; fortunate; meeting with good success or good fortune said of persons while delighted is greatly pleased.

As a verb delighted is

(delight).

Great vs Delighted - What's the difference?

great | delighted |


As verbs the difference between great and delighted

is that great is while delighted is (delight).

As an adjective delighted is

greatly pleased.

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