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Pleasant

Synonyms for pleasant:

Sense 1

good-tempered, grand, lazy, rollicking, atmospheric, gorgeous, hunky-dory, languid, relaxing, painless, voluptuous, amazing, endearing, homey, lekker, easy, homely, restful, divine, super, Storybook, fun-filled.

Sense 2

fantastic, addictive, bang up, delicious, heavenly, wonderful, magic, richly, readable, heady, bleak, satisfactory, uncomfortable, rustic, magical, picturesque.

Sense 3

fair, glorious.

Sense 4

light, sociable, brilliant.

Sense 7

great.

charming

ingratiating.

easy going

mellow.

encouraging

hopeful.

engaging

taking.

festive

gala.

handsome

prepossessing.

jocular

facetious.

memorable

catchy.

merry

festive, fun.

sophisticated

suave.

suave

bland.

urbane

debonair.

Other synonyms and related words:

dulcet, grateful, suave, pretty, mellow, festive, fair, prepossessing, loving, convivial, gorgeous, brotherly, catchy, refreshing, likable, delicious, restful, magical, generous, accessible, good-tempered, sociable, well-off, outgoing, easy, out-there, picturesque, gregarious, well-disposed, benignant, light, simpatico, social, attractive, lazy, amicable, facetious, neighborly, comfortable, gentle, lovable, neighbourly, ingratiating, personable, lovely, pastoral, gracious, satisfactory, relaxing, uncomfortable, amazing, companionable, gala, good-natured, winsome, welcome, hunky-dory, beautiful, bluff, matey, cordially, welcoming, grand, fun, rustic, richly, taking, approachable, endearing, idyllic, winning, snug, polite, rewarding, bleak, wonderful, homey, painless, acceptable, buddy-buddy, kind, obliging, good-humored, debonair, bland, hopeful, convenient, pally, super, engaging.

acceptable (adjective)

hunky-dory, unobjectionable, fair, possible.

affable (adjective)

approachable, gentle, amicable, good-natured, benign, warm, sociable.

agreeable (adjective)

acquiescent, assenting, friendly, understanding, likeable, empathetic, harmonious, delicious, compatible, amiable, acceptable, agreeable, congenial, willing, Capitulating, personable, co-operative, concordant, consensual.

amiable (adjective)

easy, winning, kind, buddy-buddy, complaisant, mellow, attractive, lovable, friendly.

amusing (adjective)

lively, merry, entertaining.

attractive (adjective)

pretty, prepossessing, taking, beautiful, winsome, gorgeous.

bland (adjective)

ingratiating, suave.

bright (adjective)

favorable.

cheerful (adjective)

cordial, easygoing, lighthearted, buoyant, spirited, jolly, glad, merry, congenial, affable, cheerful, complaisant, friendly, warm, pleased, optimistic, sparkling, cheery, bright, amiable, happy, lively, jaunty, genial, agreeable, sunny, joyful.

comfortable (adjective)

at rest, homey.

courteous (adjective)

polite.

friendly (adjective)

good-humored, bluff, cordially, attentive, spontaneous, buddy-buddy, neighborly, personal, approachable, amicable, accessible, generous, gregarious, pally, matey, warmly, welcoming, likable, companionable, affable, brotherly, outgoing, simpatico, neighbourly, out-there.

good (adjective)

exemplary, fine, beneficial, benign, commendable, five-star, splendid, first-rate, good, nice, praiseworthy, topnotch, excellent, laudable, worthwhile, worthy, favorable, admirable.

pleasant (adjective)

gratifying, blissful, exhilarating, ecstatic, joyful, satisfying, likeable, pleasurable, delightful, happy, cheerful, euphoric, pretty.

pleasing (adjective)

agreeable.

pleasurable (adjective)

delectable, jolly, delightful, pleasurable, agreeable, entertaining, enjoyable, blissful, bright, bonny, fine, cheerful, sunny, favorable, pleasing, amusing, enchanting, enlivening, joyful, charming, ambrosial, sweet, unobjectionable.

satisfying (adjective)

gratifying.

sociable (adjective)

convivial, social.

suitable (adjective)

heart.

Sense 3 (noun)

fair.

Sense 6 (noun)

good-tempered.

pleasant (noun)

enjoyable, pleasurable, grateful, nice, beautiful, fine, idyllic, pastoral, dulcet, gratifying.

satisfying (verb)

rewarding.

Usage examples for pleasant:

  • It is, indeed, a pleasant place. - "Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad", Various.
  • You can be pleasant enough to- to other people. - "Nancy A Novel", Rhoda Broughton.
  • What were they going to do the first pleasant day in May? - "A Flock of Girls and Boys", Nora Perry.

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