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Life can be so pleasant in San Diego that we sometimes tend to forget or gloss over that we’re not in heaven, not yet.

June, August, and September are often considered to be some of the most pleasant months of the year in Cleveland.

Design solutions must not only effectively contain the spread of the virus, but also make going back to work a pleasant, even beautiful experience.

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However, summers are amazing, and autumns are mild and pleasant.

Good stories and user-generated content will always leave a pleasant aftertaste and increase interest in your brand.

When we had that meeting in the Caribbean, Jeffrey was holding his own and not only was he a pleasant host, he was pleasant guy.

However, in reality, this should be the norm, not a “pleasant surprise.”

The Internet is like booze—a little bit gives you a pleasant buzz.

That the Globes did this year, rewarding both Rodriguez and the series in Best Comedy, is a pleasant surprise.

Office workers have pleasant picnic lunches on the empty roads.

The flute and the psaltery make a sweet melody, but a pleasant tongue is above them both.

And Jimmy thought that if he must wait for him again he would wait in a pleasant place.

Now this morning I saw it put down for to-day Very pleasant, and I knew for sartin it would rain before night.

He was a tall, active young fellow with a pleasant face and a pair of fine black eyes.

He couldn't know now whether she was serious or merely joking; but notwithstanding it sounded pleasant to his ears.

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

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

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