- a affording pleasure; being in harmony with your taste or likings
we had a pleasant evening together
a pleasant scene
- s (of persons) having pleasing manners or behavior
I didn't enjoy it and probably wasn't a pleasant person to be around
- Madeline Hewes paints pleasant, easy-to-understand pictures, which people enjoy looking at and museums, as well as private collectors, like to own.
- Almost everybody who had an interest in the situation was represented there that pleasant summer Tuesday in Washington, including gay-community leaders, federal bureaucrats and the .
- It was all very pleasant.
- Mstislav Rostropovich in International Herald Tribune
I feel myself the happiest man in the world,Rostropovich said after slowly rising from his chair, in remarks shown on Russian state television. "I will be even more happy if this evening will be pleasant for you."
- Michael Chertoff in FOXNews
It's going to be hot on some of the buses. It's going to be a long trip,Chertoff said. "So it's not going to be pleasant, but it's a lot better than sitting in the Superdome and it's a lot better than sitting in your house."
- John Dingell in FOXNews
Jerry was warm gentle, friendly, pleasant courteous individual. He never used bad language, he loved his family, his kids and above all else he loved Betty,Dingell said.