Examples of pleasing in a Sentence
He wanted his kitchen to be both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
pleasing music in the background
Recent Examples of pleasing from the Web
The plaza is crumbling, a tripping hazard, not easily accessible for people with disabilities, and not aesthetically pleasing, Good said.
Test Results: Obscured Roadway In Depth: 2018 BMW 4-series Infotainment Rating: BMW’s iDrive infotainment system is aesthetically pleasing, and the absence of a touchscreen means bye-bye finger smudges.
Even the performances from the three stars are at best middling in Empress of Mars—though the return of the Ice Warriors and some pleasing nods to classic episodes are welcome.
According to the manufacturer, the sound gets more rounded and pleasing after a 10-hour break-in period.
The wads of gum might fade or darken, or shrink and crack, which could be visually or conceptually pleasing to some viewers who consider the metamorphosis part of Colen’s aesthetic.
But one of the more pleasing developments to manager Joe Maddon was that the Cubs scored their next seven runs on means other than a homer.
Expect Ohio State to go after recognizable fan-pleasing names, including some with Matta and Midwestern ties, like Xavier's Chris Mack, Arizona's Sean Miller, Cincinnati's Mick Cronin and Butler's Chris Holtmann.
Despite the lack of defense, there was plenty pleasing to the eye.
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First Known Use of pleasing
PLEASING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pleasing for English Language Learners
: good in a way that gives pleasure or enjoyment : attractive or appealing
PLEASING Defined for Kids
Definition of pleasing for Students
: giving pleasure : agreeable
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