Examples of pleasing in a Sentence
He wanted his kitchen to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
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Recent Examples of pleasing from the Web
The ordeal Mom endures in a house alone with a beast would suffice to make this a crowd-pleasing horror film.
The La Marca Prosecco ($14) was equally fruity, in a soft, crowd-pleasing style, but not quite as good as the Mionetto.
Made in Franklin County, Kentucky, this is a crowd pleasing bourbon that’s aged at least 8 years and clocks in at 90 proof.
The easiest of all tomatoes to grow, cherry tomatoes come in a rainbow of colors and a pleasing variety of shapes.
The main event Josh Emmett and Jeremy Stephens may not have the star power of previous Amway Center main eventers like Rafael Dos Anjos or Fabricio Werdum, but both featherweights have a history of crowd-pleasing fights.
In general, roses in these categories have more pleasing shapes without severe pruning.
The illustrious River Oaks neighborhood in Houston has one new addition to complement its finery in not only residential space, but also a building architecturally pleasing to the eye.
Though the actors don’t play instruments (leaving that in the superlative hands of Robert Reddrick and his band), both Jordan and Miller show us the impish crowd-pleasing genius of the man who brought the duckwalk to rock.
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First Known Use of pleasing
agreeable, blessed (also blest), congenial, darling, delectable, delicious, delightful, delightsome, dreamy, dulcet, enjoyable, felicitous, good, grateful, gratifying, heavenly, jolly, luscious, nice, palatable, pleasant, pleasurable, pretty, satisfying, savory (also savoury), sweet, tasty, welcome;
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