That the Globes did this year, rewarding both Rodriguez and the series in Best Comedy, is a pleasant surprise.
He knows every regional tale—true or false—and is just about as pleasant a person as you could spend your day with.
She never complained—these women seldom did—but it could not have been pleasant.
He then goes on to do some stretches in his briefs, undoubtedly a pleasant surprise for some moviegoers.
Office workers have pleasant picnic lunches on the empty roads.
And yet this first night spent at the pole of the world was pleasant and quiet.
Tom's college life after the first year had been as pleasant as college life ever is.
They had a long and pleasant meal, and old Anna enjoyed every moment of it.
It was nearly dark, and the weather was as pleasant as a maiden's dream.
Not altogether; one will be pleasant to you, the other, perhaps, a little painful.