Crossword clues for pleaser
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pleaser \Pleas"er\, n. One who pleases or gratifies.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1520s, agent noun from please.
n. Someone or something which pleases.
n. a pleasing entertainer; "he is quite the crowd pleaser"
Usage examples of "pleaser".
The financiers, Bruck Stiffen, Horul Rinnesict, Grate Chizev of Letheras, Hepar the Pleaser, of Trate.
Melida screamed and ran up the aisle to hide behind a special weekend display of Picnic Pleasers, Naomi raced to stop the cans from rolling all over the store and Sister John tried to help Uncle Joe to his feet.
Faces of Paris men go by, their wellpleased pleasers, curled conquistadores.
His speech included surefire audience pleasers, such as his pledge to pass a hate crimes law and to oppose school vouchers.
Lots of the camp women used to watch the fighters train, and I should have realized that Grawal was a crowd pleaser.
Maybe it wasn't a Gringg lullaby, just Honey murmuring under his breath but the tableau the Gringg presented was an effective one as far as a crowd pleaser went, for soft looks were exchanged and people definitely relaxed.
When the Thunderbirds performed in the old days, Huntertwould do a solo spot, and it was always the crowd pleaser.
Other than the fact that he seemed like a people pleaser, he was completely at ease and at peace with himself.