• The place itself is drowning in pleasantness—no surprise, for it is in fact the largest set ever built.

    NEWYORKER: The Truman Show

  • Pleasantness of sound—the use of alliteration and assonance—all play a part.

    NEWYORKER: Famous Names

  • Mr Major was simply saying that the ordinary and intrinsic pleasantness of English life was safe from these fiends, cricket and warm beer not being amendable to a 20-metre wicket and compulsory lager.

    ECONOMIST: Letters

  • The movie has a slightly threadbare but eager pleasantness about it—a devotion to youth, dreaminess, ambition, and freedom, which means, in practice, endless hanging out, drinking, doping, talking passionately but aimlessly, and falling in and out of bed.

    NEWYORKER: Open Country

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