What is another word for pleasance?

Pronunciation: [plˈɛzəns] (IPA)

The word "pleasance" can be defined as a place of enjoyment, delight, or pleasure. There are several synonyms for the word "pleasance," including joyousness, happiness, contentment, satisfaction, fulfillment, and gratification. Other synonyms for "pleasance" could include excitement, amusement, merriment, glee, cheerfulness, cheer, and jollity. Another synonym could be the phrase "place of delight," which encapsulates the essence of what a pleasance is. Each of these synonyms aims to capture the feeling of happiness or pleasure that one might experience in a particular place or circumstance. Ultimately, the word "pleasance" and its synonyms all evoke feelings of joy, happiness, and contentment.

What are the hypernyms for Pleasance?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Pleasance?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.
  • hyponyms for pleasance (as nouns)

What are the opposite words for pleasance?

Pleasance refers to the state or quality of being pleasing, enjoyable or agreeable. Its antonyms are words that describe the opposite of these qualities. Unpleasance is an antonym of pleasance, meaning discomfort, displeasure or dissatisfaction. Pain, sorrow or grief are also antonyms that denote a negative emotional state. Disappointment is another antonym that suggests something that fails to meet one's expectations or desires. Ugliness, unpleasantness, and foulness are antonyms that describe things that are unattractive or repulsive. Finally, dullness and boredom are antonyms that suggest a lack of excitement or interest.

What are the antonyms for Pleasance?

Usage examples for Pleasance

We looked at it from an arbor of the lovely little garden which we were let into beyond the top of the rock, and which was the pleasance of some sort of hospital.
"Roman Holidays and Others"
W. D. Howells
They were in all joyance of life and the most abounding pleasance till a third part of the night was past, when the house-master arose, and spreading them a bed, invited them to take their rest.
"Supplemental Nights, Volume 1"
Richard F. Burton
Born in the purple, born to joy and pleasance, Thou dost not toil nor spin, But makest glad and radiant with thy presence The meadow and the lin.
"The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow"
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Famous quotes with Pleasance

  • Our pleasance here is all vain glory, This false world is but transitory.
    William Dunbar
  • Also our Lord God shewed that it is full great pleasance to Him that a helpless soul come to Him simply and plainly and homely. For this is the natural yearnings of the soul, by the touching of the Holy Ghost (as by the understanding that I have in this Shewing): And these words are full lovely to the soul, and full near touch they the will of God and His Goodness. For His Goodness comprehendeth all His creatures and all His blessed works, and overpasseth without end. For He is the endlessness, and He hath made us only to Himself, and restored us by His blessed Passion, and keepeth us in His blessed love; and all this of His Goodness.
    Julian of Norwich
  • I pray you all for God’s sake, and counsel you for your own profit, that ye leave the beholding of a poor creature that it was shewed to, and mightily, wisely, and meekly behold God that of His courteous love and endless goodness would shew it generally, in comfort of us all. For it is God’s will that ye take it with great joy and pleasance, as if Jesus had shewed it to you all.
    Julian of Norwich
  • After this He shewed a sovereign ghostly pleasance in my soul. I was fulfilled with the everlasting sureness, mightily sustained without any painful dread. This feeling was so glad and so ghostly that I was in all peace and in rest, that there was nothing in earth that should have grieved me. This lasted but a while, and I was turned and left to myself in heaviness, and weariness of my life, and irksomeness of myself, that scarcely I could have patience to live. There was no comfort nor none ease to me but faith, hope, and charity; and these I had in truth, but little in feeling. And anon after this our blessed Lord gave me again the comfort and the rest in soul, in satisfying and sureness so blissful and so mighty that no dread, no sorrow, no pain bodily that might be suffered should have distressed me. And then the pain shewed again to my feeling, and then the joy and the pleasing, and now that one, and now that other, divers times — I suppose about twenty times. And in the time of joy I might have said with Saint Paul: ; and in the pain I might have said with Peter:
    Julian of Norwich
  • After Himself she is the most blissful sight. But hereof am I not learned to long to see her bodily presence while I am here, but the virtues of her blessed soul: her truth, her wisdom, her charity; whereby I may learn to know myself and reverently dread my God. And when our good Lord had shewed this and said this word: I answered and said: Oftentimes I prayed this, and I weened to have seen her in bodily presence, but I saw her not so. And Jesus in that word shewed me ghostly sight of her: right as I had seen her afore little and simple, so He shewed her then high and noble and glorious, and pleasing to Him above all creatures. And He willeth that it be known; that all those that please them in Him should please them in her, and in the pleasance that He hath in her and she in Him.
    Julian of Norwich

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