adjective as in nice
If you don’t mind that, it’s a solid option—plus it’s arguably more aesthetically-pleasing than the others.
Zoom rooms are considered aesthetically pleasing rooms that are ideal for virtual meetings, not just rooms with 70-inch displays, camera, and noise-canceling microphone arrays, which is what a Zoom room technically is defined as.
The classic chunky frame gives this a pleasing modern look—suitable for offices, or homes where style is a consideration.
The muted colors and the pottery inspired shape make this choice pleasing to the eye.
Perhaps subjects arranged items in a symmetric, visually pleasing way consistent with what they remembered from earlier trials.
In the most crowd-pleasing section of the exhibition—dubbed Stage and Screen—hang his pictures of celluloid legends.
That plan is pleasing investors: After the layoffs were announced, Microsoft stock jumped 3.8 percent to a 14-year high.
Call them Trojan horse foods: nutritiously pleasing ingredients (oats, yogurts) that conceal a whole host of junk.
She first gains the respect of Khal Drogo by pleasing him sexually.
He follows his own muse—he's a world-class weirdo—but at the same time, he's never solely concerned with pleasing himself.
But, there was also another which might not be quite so pleasing to Elizabeth, although Louis felt it came too late for him.
And so these features take on a kind of moral rightness before they are judged of as pleasing to the eye and as beautiful.
This gift of rice was especially pleasing to the traveller, as no dish is held in higher honour in Korea.
The two most pleasing, expressive, and powerful single instruments of music are the human voice and the violin.
Sterne, in his "Sentimental Journey," gives a pleasing description of snuff-taking with the poor monk.
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Something that is pleasing engages the mind favorably: a pleasing account of the wedding. Something that is interesting occupies the mind with no connotation of pleasure or displeasure: an interesting account of a battle. Something that is gratifying fulfills expectations, requirements, etc.: a gratifying account of his whereabouts; a book gratifying in its detail.
On this page you'll find 178 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pleasing, such as: agreeable, amusing, attractive, charming, delicious, and delightful.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.