Definition of enjoyability in English:



See enjoyable

  • ‘Each of these excursions was successful in that the films I saw were very good, although with differing levels of enjoyability.’
  • ‘It truly was an unmissable experience being here and the organisation and enjoyability of it all is thanks to impeccable Portuguese hospitality.’
  • ‘It's a decent read but the enjoyability of these books depend solely on the audience.’
  • ‘It's not very often that a sequel can be said to genuinely surpass its original in terms of concept, freshness and all-round enjoyability, but this film most definitely does that.’
  • ‘While in many ways this is a good thing, the weaker storyline detracts from its overall enjoyability.’



/ɪndʒɔɪəˈbɪlɪti/ /ɛndʒɔɪəˈbɪlɪti/