Synonyms of pleasant
1 pleasingDictionary • a pleasant surprise
pleasing • a pleasing view
nice • We had a nice meal with a bottle of champagne.
welcome • a welcome change from the usual routine
satisfying • I find wood carving satisfying.
fine • I'll do the garden if the weather is fine.
lovely • What a lovely surprise!
acceptable • a most acceptable present
amusing • He had a great sense of humour and could be very amusing.
delightful • The most delightful garden I had ever seen.
enjoyable • the most enjoyable part of the holiday
agreeable • more agreeable and better paid occupations
pleasurable • the most pleasurable experience of the evening
delectable • a delectable dessert
lekker (South Africa, slang)
2 friendlyDictionary • He was most anxious to seem agreeable and pleasant.
friendly • a friendly atmosphere
nice • I've met your father and I think he's really nice.
agreeable • I've gone out of my way to be agreeable to his friends.
likable or likeable
engaging • She was a most engaging child.
charming • I found her a delightful and charming young woman.
cheery • He is loved by everyone for his cheery disposition and sense of humour.
good-humoured • Rose remained good-humoured in spite of all their teasing.
amiable • She had been surprised at how amiable and polite he had seemed.
genial • He was a warm-hearted friend and a genial host.
affable • He is an extremely affable and approachable man.
congenial • The food at the party was excellent, and the company congenial.
, unlikable or unlikeable
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• a most acceptable present
affableSomeone who is affable is pleasant and friendly.
• He is an extremely affable and approachable man.
agreeableIf something is agreeable, it is pleasant and you enjoy it.
• more agreeable and better paid occupations
Thesaurus for pleasant from the Collins English Thesaurus
giving or affording pleasure; enjoyable