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Pleasure in a sentence

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Sentence count:225+47 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-01Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: displeasureSimilar words: measuredmeasure upmeasurementmeasure up topleapleadsureleastMeaning: ['pleʒə(r)]  n. 1. a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience 2. something or someone that provides pleasure; a source of happiness 3. a formal expression 4. an activity that affords enjoyment 5. sexual gratification. 
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1 From short pleasure long repentance.
2 Novelty is the great parent of pleasure
3 The greatest pleasure of life is love. 
4 Pleasure has a sting in its tail. 
5 Business sweetens pleasure, and labour sweetens rest. 
6 What we learn with pleasure we never forget. 
7 Eat at pleasure, drink with measure. 
8 Don't mix business with pleasure.
9 Every pleasure has a pain.
10 Labour is often the father of pleasure
11 Grief often treads upon the heels of pleasure
12 No pleasure without alloy (or pain or repentance). 
13 Achievement provides the only real pleasure in life. 
14 There is no pleasure without pain. 
15 That man is the richest whose pleasure are the cheapest. 
16 Take a pain for a pleasure all wise men can. 
17 We must deal with pleasure as we do with honey, only touch them with the tip of the finger,[] and not with the whole hand for fear of surfeit. 
18 Friendship is both a source of pleasure and a component of good health. 
19 Short pleasure, long lament.
20 Business before pleasure.
21 No pleasure without pain.
22 Follow pleasure and it will flee thee; flee pleasure and it will follow thee. 
23 She took pleasure in shocking her parents.
24 I don't like to mix business with pleasure .
25 He beamed with pleasure at seeing her.
26 It's a pleasure to meet you.
27 A pleasure is sometimes greatest in anticipation.
28 They greeted him with many expressions of pleasure.
29 No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good. 
30 There is in liberty as in innocence and virtue a satisfaction one can only feel in their enjoyment and a pleasure which can cease only when lost. 
More similar words: measuredmeasure upmeasurementmeasure up topleapleadsureleastassureensurefor sureleisurereleaseat leastmake sureexposurein the leastnot in the leastcasualas usualcasualtyall of a suddenampleapplecomplexrepletepeoplepurpleplentycouple
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