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with delight and in delight
Could you please explain if there is any differences between "with delight" and "in delight"?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
Re: with delight and in delight
I guess, in usage. You would rather say :
Originally Posted by jiang
Tracey's delight in her children's achievements was pleasant to see. (when used as a direct object).
They were very excited going down the huge slope, screaming with/in delight. (though personally, in this case I would use "with") (when used as an adverbial modifier of manner)
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