(of persons, manners, disposition, etc.) socially acceptable or adept; polite; amiable; agreeable.
fair, as weather:
a pleasant summer day.
Archaic. gay, sprightly, or merry.
Obsolete. jocular or facetious.
1325–75; Middle English plesaunt
< Middle French plaisant,
orig. present participle of plaisir
; see -ant
pleasantly, adverbpleasantness, noun
welcome, gratifying. 2.
delightful, congenial, friendly.