pleasurably

[ plezh-er-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pleasurably
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLEASURABLY

Pleasurably, for a moment, he considered the altruism of that aphorism.

She expected nothing, yet she was pleasurably satisfied, perfectly content.

Because the birds are pleasurably excited by a favourable change in the atmosphere.

He re sponded alertly and pleasurably, and went to sit beside her.

The second time we were told of them we were pleasurably moved.

When they were seated at their table, he leant back in his chair and looked at her pleasurably.

It was not a pleasure-outing except as the thrill caused by the swift approach of the unknown may be pleasurably exciting.

Jack turned around, and when he saw Victor Nevill bending over him he looked first confused and then pleasurably surprised.

We came instead to a street-car, and half a mile of arbour, and all the Venetians pleasurably preparing to take carriage exercise.

Maria no longer dwelt so long and pleasurably upon her reflection in the glass.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PLEASURABLY

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