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Use "pleasers" in a sentence
"The fact is, the girls of the particular social class about whom she eloquently writes have been programmed to be pleasers from the day they were required to interview for a coveted spot in the right kindergarten."
"(How the International Gymnastics Federation, otherwise known as FIG, suspended three judges involved in the Paul Hamm controversy but hasn't thrown out these two crowd pleasers is another issue entirely.)"
""Like a Rolling Stone" and "All Along the Watchtower" have been played often enough that they should be worthless; yet, particularly with a catalog as rich as Dylan's, there's something to be said for crowd pleasers, which is why these two numbers maintain their (let's call it) cumulative wealth."