pleasant[ plez-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pleasant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLEASANT
Yet the voice of Plato would be pleasant to my ears, as music on the waters in the night-time.
That he was constantly cheerful proved the matter of his musings to be pleasant.
His countenance is mild and pleasant, and has a highly intellectual expression.
We must now close our sketch of those diversified and pleasant volumes.
She had gone back to bed and fallen promptly into a pleasant sleep.
However, when we rise to go, it is well after midnight, and I am in a pleasant daze.
The tree gave a pleasant shade, and he had thrown his sombrero on a chair.
When cross, which she was sometimes, though very rarely, she tried to be pleasant.
Miss Vavasor continued the most pleasant and unexacting of guests.
Well, it is pleasant to be able to help those less fortunate than ourselves.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PLEASANT
- not excessive
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