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


We did not want them, and were just as well pleased they did not come on.

He said it had been so described to him exactly, and he was well pleased that I knew it.

It was evident that he was well pleased with his own ingenuity.

And the man replied, well pleased, "We must give Rico something."

Well pleased with these suggestions, the youth hastened to carry them out.

Mr. Justis made one leg, and then, well pleased, took to both.

How did they know if he were not well pleased at being dead?

No, no; his eyes replied that he was all right, well pleased.

And I'm well pleased on my own account, for my father and mother are beginning to yield.

He was, moreover, well pleased to obtain some news of his father.