pleasurable


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Related to pleasurable: gratifying, enjoyable
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affording satisfaction or pleasure

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Indeed, I spent many pleasurable hours in the Downtown in my misbegotten youth.
The nurses and CNAs of a hundred years ago would scarcely recognize the modern equipment available to us today: Whirlpool jets for hydrotherapy, side access doors, onboard disinfecting systems and battery operated lifts all provide for a more pleasurable and effective means of bathing today's resident.
First, your brain is wired to want to repeat pleasurable activities.
Following Bourdieu, Matz distinguishes cultural from economic and political capital, and this distinction serves as a basis for his attempt in the final chapter to defend literary study in today's university by arguing for a relative autonomy of literature and the pleasurable profit of studying it.
Ethanol (EtOH) is postulated to produce at least some of its pleasurable effects through interaction with the endogenous opioid system.
Youngsters go to the cinema for a pleasurable evening and if these machines are there it gets into their minds that gambling is a pleasurable pastime.
Staff need to spend time connecting with residents in pleasurable ways.
Orgasm is an intensely pleasurable sensation which usually lasts no more than a few seconds.
KISSING is a pleasurable pastime that increases release of hormones such as oxytocin (which helps bind people together) and PEA, which is chemically related to amphetamine and responsible for the initial swooning feelings of falling in love.
We would go to the boulangerie for bread; we'd buy vegetables at the market, and go to buy meat at a different place; it was a process that took more time, but it was so pleasurable.
Earlier studies implicated these receptors in pleasurable responses to drugs and other stimuli.
Perhaps people who are predisposed to PD are also predisposed to avoid high-risk or pleasurable behaviors, such as smoking.
Key Communications, has come up with a novel way of making their busy office environment a less stressful and more pleasurable place to be, by organising a new well-being programme of activities.
Perhaps the most pleasurable way to see Myanmar--feel its pulse, live its legends, and understand its history--is to travel along the Ayeyarwardy River on the Road to Mandalay luxury river cruiser.
When people exchange illusions, however strong and pleasurable, the transaction is, of course, empty.