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Pleasing, adj. agreeable, delightful, pretty: “who all in one, one p. note do sing,” Sonn. 8, 12. “music hath a far more p. sound,” 130, 10. “the p. punishment that women bear,” Err. I, 1, 47. “never object p. in thine eye,” II, 2, 117. “a pretty p. pricket,” LLL IV, 2, 57. “more p. stuff,” Shr. Ind. 2, 142. “a gown more quaint, more p.” IV, 3, 102. “a p. eye,” H4A II, 4, 465. “p. heaviness,” III, 1, 218. “to whom I would be p.” H6C IV, 1, 73. “a passing p. tongue,” R3 I, 1, 94. “a p. cordial,” II, 1, 41. “seem p. to her tender years,” IV, 4, 342. “upon a p. treaty,” Cor. II, 2, 59. “p. smiles,” Tit. II, 3, 267. “such p. eloquence,” III, 1, 83. “some p. tale,” III, 2, 47. V, 1, 119. “a very p. night to honest men,” Caes. I, 3, 43. “a p. shape,” Hml. II, 2, 629. “p. harmony,” Per. II, 5, 28.
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