Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE PLEASANT

Never had Mr Pecksniff been beheld in a more pleasant humour!

Besides, the more perfect and true his love is, the more pleasant is his madness.

The more pleasant a self-deception, the less I choose to submit to it.'

When a man is sick, nothing is more pleasant to him than health.

Other and more pleasant reminders of our summer rambles can be ours.

It was, Captain Whalley concluded quaintly, more pleasant to live in.

"And I never knew her to be more pleasant," said Mrs. Patmore Green.

Her admiration would be more pleasant were it more difficult to discover.

For me, I would have preferred beds with more pleasant associations.

Indeed a most delightful spot and more pleasant than many a royal palace.