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  • as inoverjoy
  • as indelight

synonyms for pleasured

  • allure
  • amuse
  • attract
  • charm
  • cheer
  • content
  • divert
  • enchant
  • enrapture
  • entertain
  • exult
  • fascinate
  • gladden
  • glory
  • gratify
  • groove
  • jubilate
  • please
  • ravish
  • rejoice
  • satisfy
  • score
  • send
  • slay
  • thrill
  • tickle
  • wow
  • arride
  • be the ticket
  • delectate
  • freak out
  • go over big
  • hit the spot
  • knock dead
  • knock out
  • pleasure
  • tickle pink
  • tickle to death
  • turn on
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antonyms for pleasured

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  • anger
  • annoy
  • be sad
  • bore
  • bring down
  • depress
  • disappoint
  • discourage
  • disenchant
  • disgust
  • dishearten
  • displease
  • dissuade
  • disturb
  • fail
  • frustrate
  • irritate
  • offend
  • refuse
  • repel
  • repulse
  • tire
  • turn off
  • upset
  • trouble
  • turn off
  • disenchant
  • bore
  • repulse
  • repel
  • discourage
  • depress
  • disturb
  • upset
  • pain
  • distress
  • dismay
  • disgust
  • refuse
  • displease
  • tire
  • dishearten
  • bring down
  • offend
  • annoy
  • frustrate
  • dissuade
  • disappoint
  • anger
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How to use pleasured in a sentence

As it relates to chocolate, one should be able to choose their pleasure.
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The nose is tailored to measure an unpredictable chemical array in our environment, allowing the brain to evaluate when minute molecular traces shift behavioral meanings to signal pleasure, danger, or novelty.
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For example, after a bad breakup, people’s recollections of the early stages of the relationship, previously recalled with pleasure, often turn darker.
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Also out of crisis comes a renewed appreciation for small pleasures that give life meaning.
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It’s a great pleasure to let people try our food and know how much they enjoy it.
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Whether it be for collecting, listening pleasure or household decor, vinyl records often are special to their owners.
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He was a slow-witted man, and he could devise no ready answer, no such cutting gibe as it would have pleasured him to administer.
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I hearkened again, being infinitely pleasured by such natural music.
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Moreover had We pleasured We had certainly raised up a warner in every city.
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Full of dumb pain we pleasured our centuries with anticipation; we watched as we gamed away the hours.
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