A diamond anniversary is now usually the 60th, not the 75th, much to the delight of jewelers everywhere.
As ascetic as Aries is, you delight in luxuries now, indulging any urge to splurge.
It was a text message from a friend—which I had goaded him into sending from across the table purely to delight and amaze.
c.1200, delit, from Old French delit "pleasure, delight, sexual desire," from delitier "please greatly, charm," from Latin delectare "to allure, delight, charm, please," frequentative of delicere "entice" (see delicious). Spelled delite until 16c. when it changed under influence of light, flight, etc.
c.1200, deliten, from Old French delitier (see delight (n.)). Related: Delighted; delighting.