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Synonyms for pleasure

Synonyms for pleasure

a feeling of extreme gratification aroused by something good or desired

the condition of responding pleasurably to something

a desire for a particular thing or activity

unrestricted freedom to choose

to give great or keen pleasure to

to feel or take joy or pleasure

Synonyms for pleasure

a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience

something or someone that provides a source of happiness


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a formal expression

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an activity that affords enjoyment

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sexual gratification

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In addition to having the pleasure of knowing that my lessons have been effective, I've heard some delightful stories.
Also having the pleasure of a treatment at the spa Stimpson went on to say "From the genuine yet formal greetings as you enter and are walked through processing for your spa experience to the beautifully decorated, warm and lavish treatment rooms.
I've lost count of the bands that I've seen at Trillians both as a customer and also working with touring bands, even having the pleasure of sharing the stage with some of them," he said "Steve Jones and the staff have created a great place to go where people can enjoy fantastic music, a brilliant atmosphere and a multitude of quality live entertainment.
Four trim levels, S, SE, Sport and Escape, made up the range, and it was the top-ranked Escape model with its hill descent control which I remember having the pleasure of spending some time with.
The destinations having the pleasure of pampering Sharma this time around include Melbourne, Hawaii and Tasmania.
For the first time in roughly 40 years, I am not having the pleasure of making Christmas dinner for the family (and assorted friends).
In addition to the time of year, happiness is also sparked by events, whether it is looking forward to one or having the pleasure of planning it.
I'm lucky enough to know Jamie personally, having spent time with him at Oliver's gym in Salford and having the pleasure of sitting with him at numerous fights.
Rest in peace Chantal, I will never forget you in your silver coat coming to the office and having the pleasure of talking to you every week.
It was the wafts of freshly made bread which seemed to travel down the street as you passed, the biting into a juicy peach that you had just bought (and then having the pleasure of discovering that it must have been just picked from someone's garden nearby as it was still warm from the sunshine).
A year later, winning my first Ireland cap and having the pleasure of playing with my brother, Michael, in the foursomes.
WITH reference to Ed Hawkins' comments about Portsmouth fans (September 28), as one of their disabled fans and having the pleasure and privilege of sitting in front of the Fratton end, I wonder what he bases his assumptions on.
DASHING between shows and having the pleasure of leading gardening holidays over the last few weeks has compounded my gardening tasks into just a few hours.
Having the pleasure to have access to the incredible array of services Synergy provides, combined with their experience will be wonderful.