Everybody's taking pleasure
in this vibrant occasion which the whole family can enjoy.
It is not hard to imagine patrons taking pleasure
in recognizing well-known landmarks in his scenes of the countryside around Haarlem and Amsterdam.
I loathe the idea of taking pleasure
in killing but don't understand the furore over the moderate number of foxes killed each year when the Dogs Trust tells us a healthy dog is killed every hour in Britain and no one says a dicky-bird.
Schadenfreude is when somebody is taking pleasure
in somebody else's misfortune.
For example, in Jacobean city comedy, "concern about wives taking pleasure
together unites with new economic emphases and the period's obsession with cuckoldry" (176).
Mulkey said he has spent about 400 hours in the air, usually taking pleasure
flights with his wife, Martha, 79.
In Untitled (6), 1970-71, three such subjects are playing on the lawn, taking pleasure
in their bodies, performing that pleasure.
I took my time wandering the paths, taking pleasure
in the little brooks and the nooks for sitting and pondering, the splashes of fuchsia, white and crimson azaleas, the waterfalls and rhododendrons.
Steinbach, the elder statesman of the group, likewise spoke of his own repudiation of the critical project subsumed under the Pictures rubric in favor of what he called "locating one's desire, by which I mean one's own taking pleasure
in objects and commodities, which includes what we call works of art.