At any given time, pleasant but callow books rule the day and most certainly the bestseller lists.
Third, retail sales beat their July forecasts, and that pleasant surprise is already rallying the markets.
He knows every regional tale—true or false—and is just about as pleasant a person as you could spend your day with.
Everything was a pleasant hue of orange as the dancers performed across the “stage.”
He then goes on to do some stretches in his briefs, undoubtedly a pleasant surprise for some moviegoers.
And yet this first night spent at the pole of the world was pleasant and quiet.
That he was constantly cheerful proved the matter of his musings to be pleasant.
They had a long and pleasant meal, and old Anna enjoyed every moment of it.
However, when we rise to go, it is well after midnight, and I am in a pleasant daze.
Not altogether; one will be pleasant to you, the other, perhaps, a little painful.