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pleased

Appreciate vs Pleased - What's the difference?

appreciate | pleased |


As verbs the difference between appreciate and pleased

is that appreciate is to be grateful or thankful for while pleased is past tense of please.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Pleased vs Killer - What's the difference?

pleased | killer |


As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

As a noun killer is

an ink eradicator or killer can be a paid killer, a contract killer.

Pleased vs Amazed - What's the difference?

pleased | amazed |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and amazed

is that pleased is happy, content while amazed is astonished; confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder; greatly surprised.

As verbs the difference between pleased and amazed

is that pleased is past tense of please while amazed is past tense of amaze.

Thankful vs Pleased - What's the difference?

thankful | pleased |


As adjectives the difference between thankful and pleased

is that thankful is showing appreciation or gratitude while pleased is happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

past tense of please.

Pleased vs Placated - What's the difference?

pleased | placated |


As verbs the difference between pleased and placated

is that pleased is past tense of please while placated is past tense of placate.

As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

Keen vs Pleased - What's the difference?

keen | pleased |


As adjectives the difference between keen and pleased

is that keen is showing a quick and ardent willingness or responsiveness, enthusiastic, eager; interested, intense while pleased is happy, content.

As verbs the difference between keen and pleased

is that keen is (rare) to sharpen; to make cold or keen can be to utter a keen while pleased is (please).

As a noun keen

is a prolonged wail for a deceased person.

Noyed vs Pleased - What's the difference?

noyed | pleased |


As verbs the difference between noyed and pleased

is that noyed is past tense of noy while pleased is past tense of please.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Contentedly vs Pleased - What's the difference?

contentedly | pleased |


As an adverb contentedly

is in a contented manner.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

past tense of please.

Boastfull vs Pleased - What's the difference?

boastfull | pleased |


As adjectives the difference between boastfull and pleased

is that boastfull is while pleased is happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Pleased vs Honored - What's the difference?

pleased | honored |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and honored

is that pleased is happy, content while honored is respected, having received honor.

As verbs the difference between pleased and honored

is that pleased is past tense of please while honored is past tense of honor.

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