Adjective "Pleasing" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈpliːzɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Satisfying or appealing.
  1. 'The problem is that most corporate sites often lack a pleasing form.'
  2. 'There was not a moment when the show was not pleasing.'
  3. 'There is an awesome cathedral in Seville, and a number of other aesthetically pleasing buildings.'
  4. 'Some of the things that irritate you about him are also very pleasing at the same time.'
  5. 'Taureans adore comfort and like being surrounded by pleasing, soothing things.'
  6. 'The music was very tuneful and pleasing the ear.'
  7. 'Artists must concentrate on making their presentations visually apt and pleasing.'
  8. 'The organ score accompanying the film sounds quite pleasing.'
  9. 'Used in cologne and perfumes, the smell is distinctive and very pleasing.'
  10. 'After the interval a group of six musicians gave a pleasing rendering of three modern pieces.'

Definitions

1. giving pleasure; agreeable; gratifying: a pleasing performance.

More examples(as adjective)

"thoughts can be pleasing at times."

"styles can be pleasing as people."

"people can be pleasing to people."

"performances can be pleasing in lights."

"ornaments can be pleasing in extremes."

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