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No one likes their morning wake up call, but with their latest innovation, Withings is hoping to make yours a bit more pleasant.

September to October is less humid and more pleasant than summer in Korea.

Higher profits will also lead to a more pleasant experience all around.

“A journey on the train is more pleasant,” businessman Yang Zengyu told local media after taking the newly inaugurated train.

For a certain group of successful male authors, dismissing women writers is so much more pleasant than taking them seriously.

It was a more pleasant, polished evening than I had expected to pass in Pernambuco, especially now in a state of siege.

Yet it was a far more pleasant way of putting it than Jack had thought fit to do.

Others around him nodded approval, and Mr. Klegg was conscious that the social atmosphere was more pleasant for him.

Never, it is certain, had there been a more pleasant journey.

But Fontainebleau has lately been the Scene of an Action more pleasant, grand and glorious, viz.


On this page you'll find 209 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pleasant, such as: agreeable, amiable, amusing, bland, charming, and cheerful.

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