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Spell check of pleased

Correct spelling: pleased

cheered, dexterous, fortunate, cheery, agreeable, jolly, lightened, heartened, gratified, rapturous, cheerful, blissful, mirthful, blithesome, delighted, served, optimistic, happy, brightened, chuffed, jocund, joyful, become, rejoicing, fitted, stimulated, refreshed, smiling, carefree, spirited, delightful, bright, inspired, proud, congenial, glad, consoled, exhilarated, suited, beguiled, content, buoyant, friendly, blithe, distracted, became, proud of, sprightly, lively, alive, blessed, charmed, relaxed, lucky, exuberant, thankful, enthralled, tickled, easygoing, sparkling, prosperous, satisfied, sunny, joyous, lighthearted, felicitous, encouraged, amused, bucked up, genial, entertained, gladdened, jaunty, rejoiced, benefited, enlivened, merry, cheering, affable, complaisant, cordial, successful, diverted, contented, pleasant, amiable, dovetailed, warm.

dark, roiled, offended, heartsick, frowning, glum, black, disheartened, depressed, lachrymose, unsatisfied, downhearted, plaintive, dispirited, discontented, despondent, abject, riled, browned off, dolorous, melancholy, desolate, discontent, displeased, sick of, dissatisfied, unhappy, fed up, brokenhearted, dejected, sorry, woebegone, anguished, disaffected, discouraged, mournful, nettled, joyless, aggrieved, annoyed, exasperated, sorrowful, blue, malcontent, disgruntled, sad, gray, stung, pained, sick, disconsolate, steamed, miffed, disgusted, miserable, heartbroken, doleful, irritated, gloomy, wretched, woeful, tired of, grieved, unpleased, downcast, cheesed off, forlorn, malcontented, peeved, humble.

Examples of usage:

1) I 'm afraid he 'll not be pleased at it! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) Martin is pleased at the idea of Mrs. Maclaughlin's going, and that is enough for me. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) She don't care whether I'm around or not; fact is, sometimes I think she's better pleased when I'm gone. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.