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n.1.One who gives or takes delight.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The meeting is very emotional, both ladies were delighter to see each other again, and everyone from family to the care home nurses were crying a few tears.
"As it is presently defined, it is not a delighter and it does not help build the business, it helps support keeping the business."
An engineering team that is familiar with customer needs is more likely to present options more closely aligned to the final solution and more likely to present options that create "delighter" features that better satisfy the end user.
Teams of flight attendants help passengers pass the time on long-haul flights with magic tricks, caricature sketches, mini facials and "The Delighter," a cultural pageant that revolves around 5,000 years of traditional Korean fashion.
Performance is a necessity, but it is not a delighter.
What was once a delighter or 'nice to have' need becomes a performance need, and what was once the performance need later becomes a basic or 'must have' need.
Their sensuous enjoyment is likewise mutual: the gopis "delight the delighter" (ramayanti manora-mam, 63.25), and in Krsna's presence they attain joy (sukham, 63.29), just as Krsna is joyful (sukhi, 63.35), when he rejoices (mumoda, 63.18, mumude, 63.35) with the rejoicing women (muditah, 63.28) in the nights.
Story by MC1(AW) Paul Delighter, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md.
Behind those few words in the letter to Cassandra lies a world of comic acknowledgment of our pleasure in depreciating others along with Austen's delight in presenting herself as the comic butt, the gossiping delighter in dispraise.
Other Group/Grade 1 winners Swink (1986 Grand Prix de Paris), Antiqua (1987 Laurel Futurity), Delighter (1988 Yellow Ribbon Invitational Stakes), Tikkanen (1994 Turf Classic, Breeders' Cup Turf), Spinning World (1996, 97 Prix Jacques le Marois, 1997 Prix du Moulin, Breeders' Cup Mile), Act One (2001 Criterium International, 2002 Prix Lupin), Bago (2003 Criterium International, 2004 Prix Jean Prat, 2004 Grand Prix de Paris)