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

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And I'm well pleased on my own account, for my father and mother are beginning to yield.
"Drop the josh, Little," Barry retorted, none too well pleased at the subject.
GOLD OUT OF CELEBESAYLWARD EDWARD DINGLE
And when Admetus looked back to the days of the past, he was well pleased with the story of his life.
CHILDREN OF THE DAWNELSIE FINNIMORE BUCKLEY
If I played "Scots, wha hae," he would listen, well pleased.
And, well pleased with his joke, the Colonel passed down the line, proud of his magnificent bravery.
"CONTEMPTIBLE""CASUALTY"
I hope that thy father's spirit hath not slackened and that he is well pleased with thee.
Hence he was not too well pleased with Yankee's interruption.
They listened, well pleased, promised to carry his message to their countrymen, and furnished him with a large supply of corn.
I am sure he will not be well pleased with us if he once come to get notice that we have been in the kennel of this muffled devil.
So we went home again, all well pleased, and I holding the Duke's ring tight, I promise you.