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pleased

Taxonomy vs Pleased - What's the difference?

taxonomy | pleased |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

past tense of please.

Arroant vs Pleased - What's the difference?

arroant | pleased |


As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Sweet vs Pleased - What's the difference?

sweet | pleased |


As a proper noun sweet

is .

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

As a verb pleased is

(please).

Please vs Pleased - What's the difference?

please | pleased |


As verbs the difference between please and pleased

is that please is to make happy or satisfy; to give pleasure to while pleased is past tense of please.

As an adverb please

is lang=en|Used to make a polite request.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Pleased vs Joyful - What's the difference?

pleased | joyful |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and joyful

is that pleased is happy, content while joyful is feeling or causing joy.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

Pleasured vs Pleased - What's the difference?

pleasured | pleased |


As verbs the difference between pleasured and pleased

is that pleasured is past tense of pleasure while pleased is past tense of please.

As an adjective pleased is

happy, content.

Pleased vs Unpleased - What's the difference?

pleased | unpleased |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and unpleased

is that pleased is happy, content while unpleased is not pleased; displeased.

As a verb pleased

is past tense of please.

Pleased vs Pleasedness - What's the difference?

pleased | pleasedness |


As an adjective pleased

is happy, content.

As a verb pleased

is past tense of please.

As a noun pleasedness is

the quality or state of being pleased.

Pleased vs Pleasable - What's the difference?

pleased | pleasable |


As adjectives the difference between pleased and pleasable

is that pleased is happy, content while pleasable is that may be pleased.

As a verb pleased

is (please).

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