hard-to-please : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s (of persons) "his father was a hard-to-please taskmaster"
- When the curtain rose on a bare stage and a black backdrop, it looked as if Mime Marceau, gesticulating but wordless, had about as much chance of success in hard-to-please New York .
- All in all, the hard-to-please Milanese liked Albanese fine, but they went away from her opening night still grumbling a bit that she didn't sing loud enough.
- While helping make basketball arguably the world's fastest-growing sport, he and the other sharpshooting globetrotters have managed to captivate hard-to-please hoops fans in the .