pleasingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a pleasing manner
the room was pleasingly large
- That's a pleasingly reciprocal deal, and while adults are already aware that when you give pleasure and comfort, you get it in return, it's news for the baby.
- The positions I held in Tokyonewspaper reporter, magazine editor, freelance writer and correspondent for an American magazinehad each been pleasingly brief, launching me .
- The new version, from 20th Century Fox's Blue Sky Studios (Ice Age, Robots), shows a pleasingly Hortonian faithfulness to the original story; and the process of fleshing it out .
- Michael Stoute in guardian.co.uk
He was drawn near the rail so he had to wait before he could wrap up his slot, but he did it well,Stoute said. "He's developed pleasingly over the winter, though they always do well when they have six months off from two to three. It will...
- Peter Stanford in guardian.co.uk
In My Name Was Judas, CK Stead "retraces Jesus's journey from Nazareth to Jerusalem through the eyes of Judas", explained Peter Stanford in the Independent. "The overall result is a pleasingly unpredictable mix of traditional and radical....
- Laurie Fisher in The Age
We feel quite confident with our best side out and the style of rugby we're trying to play this year - we'll have a particularly good season,Fisher said. "We dropped too much ball in the trials but pleasingly we've created opportunities,...