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Adjective
/plēzd/,
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Feeling or showing pleasure and satisfaction, esp. at an event or a situation,
  1. Feeling or showing pleasure and satisfaction, esp. at an event or a situation
    • - both girls were pleased with their new hairstyles
    • - he seemed really pleased that she was there
    • - a pleased smile
  2. Willing or glad to do something
    • - we will be pleased to provide an independent appraisal
  3. Proud of one's achievements, esp. excessively so; self-satisfied
    • - as he led the way, he looked very pleased with himself

  1. experiencing or manifesting pleasure
  2. feeling pleasurable satisfaction over something by which you measures your self-worth; "proud of their child"
  3. (pleasance) a pleasant and secluded part of a garden; usually attached to a mansion
  4. (pleasance) pleasure: a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience; "he was tingling with pleasure"
  5. (please) used in polite request; "please pay attention"
  6. (please) be the will of or have the will (to); "he could do many things if he pleased"
  7. The Pleased were a band active in San Francisco, California, United States between 2002 and 2006. They featured prominent freak folk performers and producers Joanna Newsom and Noah Georgeson. ...
  8. Pleasance can refer to two possible entities. Originally a street in central Edinburgh, Scotland, it is now better known as the trading name of Pleasance Theatre Trust Ltd., an arts organisation that spawned in 1985 as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.. Pleasance Theatre Trust Ltd. ...
  9. (Pleasance (surname)) Pleasance is a surname, and may refer to: * Andrew Pleasance, Realtor, Ontario, Canada * David Pleasance (21st century), Managing Director of Commodore UK * Maurice Pleasance (21st century), Chicago, IL Plumber * Richard Pleasance (21st century), Australian musician and ...
  10. (Please (album)) Please is the first album by English electronic music group Pet Shop Boys, released in 1986. According to the duo, the album's title was chosen so that people had to go into a record shop and say "Can I have the Pet Shop Boys album, 'Please'? ...
  11. (Please (Matt Nathanson album)) Please is the debut album by Matt Nathanson, released in July 1993.
  12. (Please (Toni Braxton song)) "Please" is a song by American R&B singer Toni Braxton. It was written by Scott Storch, Makeba Riddick, Vincent Herbert, and Kameron Houff and produced by Storch for Braxton's fifth studio album, Libra (2005).
  13. Happy, content
  14. (please) To make happy or satisfy; to give pleasure; To desire; to will; to be pleased; Used to make a polite request; Used as an affirmative to an offer; An expression of annoyance or impatience
  15. (Pleasance) (Scots): Close or walled garden.
  16. (Pleasance) Middle English, a larger, landscaped park or garden
  17. (PLEASE) READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY BEFORE ACCESSING OR USING THE SITE. BY ACCESSING OR USING THE SITE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU MAY NOT ACCESS OR USE THE SITE. Martin County Kentucky. ...
  18. (Please) contact us with any questions regarding this Agreement
  19. (5. Please) check your design carefully for spelling errors and layout to make sure you are happy.
  20. (1. Please) forgive the stupid question:  But how do I configure the SSL to point at the new definition?
  21. (PLEASE) READ THIS USER AGREEMENT CAREFULLY, AND IF YOU ARE UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN, MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN READS AND AGREES WITH THIS AGREEMENT ON YOUR BEHALF. ...
  22. (PLEASE) The phrase for please in Spanish “Por favor” is often shortened in spoken slang to “por fa” in text slang that’d be “X Fa”
  23. (PLEASE) With a loose palm-hand, rub the centre of your chest.
  24. (PLEASE) make sure that any specimens that you remove from the herbarium files are properly refilled in their CORRECT ALPHABETIC SEQUENCE.  If in doubt about where to find a particular specimen please check with Dr. Magrath, or one of the research assistants.
  25. (Please (adv.)) One of the most frequent words in emails. This word is used for attenuating direct requests (Please find attached, Please call me this afternoon) or simply as an attenuator before imperatives (Please let me know what you think). ...