Idioms about please
- if it be your pleasure; if you like or prefer.
- (used as an exclamation expressing astonishment, indignation, etc.): The missing letter was in his pocket, if you please!
Origin of please
OTHER WORDS FROM please
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH pleasepleas, please
How to use please in a sentence
Shake Shack (already known for its Linfinite lines) has rolled out a new crowd-pleaser: the Jeremy Lin-Mint shake.
But the little crowd pleaser is having surprising staying power in the race.
Expect to hear about this crowd-pleaser again come Oscar time.'The Descendants,' 'The Muppets,' and Other Thanksgiving Movies to See or Skip|Marlow Stern|November 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Not only is it a crowd-pleaser, but leftovers are great for all sorts of things, from sandwiches to salads.
A flesh-pleaser thinks he is undone, when affliction depriveth him of his pleasure.
I looked back with a feeling of relief to Weston, and my good Polly, who would scorn to be an eye-servant or men-pleaser.
The signs of a flesh-pleaser or sensualist are these (which may be gathered from what is said already): 1.
Or are you a too-easy, too-facile man-pleaser and self-seeker, being all things to all men that you may make use of all men?Bunyan Characters - Third Series|Alexander Whyte
British Dictionary definitions for please
Derived forms of pleasepleasable, adjectivepleased, adjectivepleasedly (ˈpliːzɪdlɪ), adverbpleaser, noun
Word Origin for please
Other Idioms and Phrases with please
see as you please.