Not for him the false compliments paid by Washington to the "pleasantness" of race relations in the South of 1900.
Uplift and pleasantness: is this an acceptable definition of what we mean by literature?
For cure of heart-ache, he suggested the pleasantness of garden nooks, and the repose that lingers about a dew-sprinkled lawn.
Now there had come a letter from the Dean full of smiles and pleasantness about this visit.
Some of the pleasantness of the effect of lines printed from a woodcut is due to the fact that they print a more clearly cut line.
It was as though she said farewell to its comfort and pleasantness.
One was in a state of melancholy, and now there's nothing but pleasantness and friendly disposition.
Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.
He answered her, 'I bewail my condition, which is beggary, and the lack of that which filleth with pleasantness.'
There arose between them a relationship full of pleasantness.