delectate

delectate

(dɪˈlɛkteɪt; ˈdiːlɛkˌteɪt)
vb (tr)
formal to delight (a person)

de•lec•tate

(dɪˈlɛk teɪt)

v.t. -tat•ed, -tat•ing.
to please; charm; delight.
[1705–1805; < Latin dēlectātus delighted, past participle of dēlectāre. See delectable, -ate1]
de•lec•ta•tion (ˌdi lɛkˈteɪ ʃən) n.
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The delectate pale pink candles fill any space with the light fragrance of freshly cut roses and the car jars take the scent on the road, showing constant support for breast cancer survivors and those lost to the disease.
4) During the last decade, her career finally took flight; American audiences increasingly flocked to delectate her musico-dramatic pyrotechnics not only at the Met, but also in concert at various university campuses and performance halls in New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.