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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpleasurableplea‧sur‧a‧ble /ˈpleʒərəbəl/ adjective formal  ENJOY/LIKE DOING somethingenjoyable opp unpleasant a pleasurable experiencesee thesaurus at nicepleasurably adverb
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pleasurableOnce you are reasonably fit, you will find the exercise satisfying and pleasurable.What moments in life could be more pleasurable?It's pleasurable and it's surprising in its detail.The pleasurable effects of any drug quickly wear off.We want this to be a pleasurable experience for everyone.Another way to make reading pleasurable is to work hard to find books that your children will love to read.Without some element of suffering in our lives, it is difficult to distinguish a pleasurable life from a happy life.Like a biochemical carrot and stick, these systems generate pleasurable or painful feelings that powerfully guide behavior.It was cigar smoke she noticed first always - every time a slight, pleasurable stinging of the eyes.A sharp sad pain, almost pleasurable, thrust into me.
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