pleasure

pleasure
n
1. enjoyment, satisfaction, gratification, fulfillment, contentment; happiness, gladness, good or high spirits; blitheness, blithesomeness, lightheadedness, buoyancy; jubilation, rejoicing, exhilaration, exultation, glee, elation; joy, joyfulness, joyousness; delight, bliss, jubilance, jubilancy, enchantment, transport, seventh heaven, Eden; fun, recreation, U.S. Sl. bang, Sl. a gas; joviality, merriment, jollity, mirth-fulness, zest; festivity, celebration, jubilee.
2. hedonism, sensual gratification, physical pleasure, carnal pleasure; bodily enjoyment, animal gratification, the garden of earthly delights; sensuality, sensu-osity, sensuousness; dissipation, Inf. wild oats, Inf. the rogue's progress; luxury, voluptuousness, comfort, ease, Inf. creature comforts; cakes and ale, wine and roses.
3. will, choice, option, election; wish, desire, inclination, preference, fancy.
4. gem, jewel, treasure; treat, delight, thing of beauty, sight for sore eyes; prize, charm, find, flower, one in a million.
v
5. gratify, give pleasure, satisfy; content, make content, make one feel good, do one's heart good; delight, make happy, warm the cockles of one's heart.
6. delight in, take pleasure in, enjoy, be pleased with; relish in, rejoice in, revel in, Sl. groove on.

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