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pleased

Pleased vs Horner - What's the difference?

pleased | horner |


As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

As a proper noun horner is

.

As a noun horner is

(informal) someone who is from the horn of africa.

Pleased vs Pleasurable - What's the difference?

pleased | pleasurable |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and pleasurable

is that pleased is happy, content while pleasurable is that gives pleasure.

As a verb pleased

is past tense of please.

Contentment vs Pleased - What's the difference?

contentment | pleased |


As a noun contentment

is the state or degree of being contented.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Delight vs Pleased - What's the difference?

delight | pleased |


As verbs the difference between delight and pleased

is that delight is to give delight to; to affect with great pleasure; to please highly while pleased is (please).

As a noun delight

is joy; pleasure.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Pleased vs Brilliant - What's the difference?

pleased | brilliant |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and brilliant

is that pleased is happy, content while brilliant is shining brightly.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

As a noun brilliant is

a finely cut gemstone, especially a diamond, having many facets.

Pleased vs Flattered - What's the difference?

pleased | flattered |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and flattered

is that pleased is happy, content while flattered is in a positive mood because of a comment or action which causes one to feel proud of oneself.

As verbs the difference between pleased and flattered

is that pleased is past tense of please while flattered is past tense of flatter.

Tolerate vs Pleased - What's the difference?

tolerate | pleased |


As verbs the difference between tolerate and pleased

is that tolerate is to allow (something that one dislikes or disagrees with) to exist or occur without interference while pleased is (please).

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Ease vs Pleased - What's the difference?

ease | pleased |


As verbs the difference between ease and pleased

is that ease is to free (something) from pain, worry, agitation, etc while pleased is (please).

As a noun ease

is the state of being comfortable or free from stress.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Comfortable vs Pleased - What's the difference?

comfortable | pleased |


As adjectives the difference between comfortable and pleased

is that comfortable is (lb) comforting, providing comfort; consolatory while pleased is happy, content.

As a noun comfortable

is (us) a stuffed or quilted coverlet for a bed; a comforter.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Pleased vs Angry - What's the difference?

pleased | angry |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and angry

is that pleased is happy, content while angry is displaying or feeling anger.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

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