SB 9.18.47

devayāny apy anudinaṁ
 mano-vāg-deha-vastubhiḥ
preyasaḥ paramāṁ prītim
 uvāha preyasī rahaḥ
Word for word: 
devayānī — Mahārāja Yayāti’s wife, the daughter of Śukrācārya; api — also; anudinam — twenty-four hours, day after day; manaḥ-vāk — by her mind and words; deha — body; vastubhiḥ — with all requisite things; preyasaḥ — of her beloved husband; paramām — transcendental; prītim — bliss; uvāha — executed; preyasī — very dear to her husband; rahaḥ — in seclusion, without any disturbance.
Translation: 
In secluded places, engaging her mind, words, body and various paraphernalia, Devayānī, the dear wife of Mahārāja Yayāti, always brought her husband the greatest possible transcendental bliss.