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Could you please explain if there is any differences between "with delight" and "in delight"?
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Thank you in advance.
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)