- pleasant used 57 times.
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PLEASANT, adjective plez'ant.
1. Pleasing; agreeable; grateful to the mind or to the senses; as a pleasant ride; a pleasant voyage; a pleasant view. Light is pleasant to the eye; an orange is pleasant to the taste; harmony is pleasant to the ear; a rose is pleasant to the smell.
How good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! Psalms 133:1.
2. Cheerful; enlivening; as pleasant society or company.
3. Gay; lively; humorous; sportive; as a pleasant companion.
4. Trifling; adapted rather to mirth than use.
5. Giving pleasure; gratifying.
This word expresses less than delightful, to the mind, and delicious, to the taste.
PLEASANTLY, adverb plez'antly. In such a manner as to please or gratify.
1. Gayly; merrily; in good humor.
2. Lightly; ludicrously.
PLEASANTNESS, noun plez'antness. State of being pleasant or agreeable; as the pleasantness of a situation.
1. Cheerfulness; gayety; merriment; as the pleasantness of youth.
PLEASANTRY, noun plez'antry. Gayety; merriment.
The harshness of reasoning is not a little softened and smoothed by the infusions of mirth and pleasantry
1. Sprightly saying; lively talk; effusion of humor.
The grave abound in pleasantries, the dull in repartees and points of wit.