[plez-uh nt] /ˈplɛz ənt/
, agreeable, or enjoyable; giving :
(of persons, manners, disposition, etc.) socially acceptable or adept; polite; amiable; agreeable.
fair, as weather:
a pleasant summer day.
Archaic. gay, sprightly, or merry.
Obsolete. jocular or facetious.
giving or affording pleasure; enjoyable
having pleasing or agreeable manners, appearance, habits, etc
(obsolete) merry and lively
late 14c. (early 14c. as a surname), from Old French plaisant “pleasant, pleasing, agreeable” (12c.), present participle of plaisir “to please” (see please). Pleasantry has the word’s modern French sense of “funny, jocular.” Related: Pleasantly.
[plez-uh n-tuh n] /ˈplɛz ən tən/ noun 1. a town in W California.
[plez-uh n-tree] /ˈplɛz ən tri/ noun, plural pleasantries. 1. good-humored teasing; banter. 2. a humorous or jesting remark. 3. a courteous social remark used to initiate or facilitate a conversation: to exchange pleasantries. 4. a humorous action. /ˈplɛzəntrɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. (often pl) an agreeable or amusing remark, often one made in order to […]
[plez-uh nt-vil] /ˈplɛz əntˌvɪl/ noun 1. a city in SE New Jersey.
[pleez] /pliz/ adverb 1. (used as a polite addition to requests, commands, etc.) if you would be so obliging; kindly: Please come here. Will you please turn the radio off? verb (used with object), pleased, pleasing. 2. to act to the or satisfaction of: to please the public. 3. to be the or will of: […]