Crossword clues for pleases
vb. (en-third-person singular of: please)
Usage examples of "pleases".
He explains some texts of the Bible in his own fashion, and if he pleases the gapers around him they invite him to expound next Sunday, often in a tavern.
All you may do that is not strictly necessary pleases me only because I see more and more how worthy you are of me, but it is not needed to make me feel all the deep love which you deserve.
My remark pleases him, but I soon prove to him that it is not the right way to speak, however perfect may have been the language of that ancient writer.
Then I will go away and come again when the sovereign is not here, as when an air pleases me I always applaud.
Come along, but if the one that pleases me is not complaisant she shall have nothing.
When I am in a dark room, it pleases me greatly to see through a window an immense horizon before me.
Besides I was easy and smiling when my bank was losing, and I won without shewing any avidity, and that is a manner which always pleases the punters.
But that which pleases me most is that, if your second is really a dancer, he can be no other than M.
Marechal de Saxe, but I confess that your prose pleases me a great deal more.
I wanted her to be a little coquettish, as a woman never pleases in society unless she shews a desire to please.
It pleases the Bantak, and they are good traders with us, so we let them take what they want.
And if it does happen, well then, they should know it pleases me because it will only strike greater fear into the hearts of our enemy.
I therefore maintain, in spite of Morcerf, that not only is the count the object of interest at this present moment, but also that he will continue to be so for a month longer if he pleases to exhibit an eccentricity of conduct which, after all, may be his ordinary mode of existence.
Captain pleases, he should just send the midshipman to him whenever necessary.
They who submit to drink as another pleases, make themselves his slaves.