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pleased

Pleased vs Amused - What's the difference?

pleased | amused |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and amused

is that pleased is happy, content while amused is pleasurably entertained.

As verbs the difference between pleased and amused

is that pleased is past tense of please while amused is past tense of amuse.

Grateful vs Pleased - What's the difference?

grateful | pleased |


As adjectives the difference between grateful and pleased

is that grateful is showing appreciation, being thankful while pleased is happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

past tense of please.

Pleased vs Captivated - What's the difference?

pleased | captivated | Related terms |

Pleased is a related term of captivated.


As verbs the difference between pleased and captivated

is that pleased is (please) while captivated is (captivate).

As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

Pleased vs Cheerful - What's the difference?

pleased | cheerful | Related terms |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and cheerful

is that pleased is happy, content while cheerful is noticeably happy and optimistic.

As a verb pleased

is past tense of please.

Pleased vs Released - What's the difference?

pleased | released |


As verbs the difference between pleased and released

is that pleased is (please) while released is (release).

As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

Pleased vs Gleeful - What's the difference?

pleased | gleeful | Related terms |

Pleased is a related term of gleeful.


As adjectives the difference between pleased and gleeful

is that pleased is happy, content while gleeful is exuberantly or triumphantly joyful.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

Pleased vs Plnt - What's the difference?

pleased | plnt |

Jordan vs Pleased - What's the difference?

jordan | pleased |


As a noun jordan

is (obsolete) a pot or vessel with a large neck, formerly used by physicians and alchemists.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Pleased vs Impress - What's the difference?

pleased | impress |


As verbs the difference between pleased and impress

is that pleased is past tense of please while impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.

As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

As a noun impress is

the act of impressing.

Pleased vs Estatic - What's the difference?

pleased | estatic |

Estatic is likely misspelled.


Estatic has no English definition.

As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

As a verb pleased

is past tense of please.

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