Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pleasure.(verb)
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Use "pleasures" in a sentence
"I sincerely wish you may derive, not only amusement, but instruction, from the transcript; and that it may convince you, no pleasures are so pure as _domestic pleasures_; no society so delightful, as that experienced in the affectionate intercourse of parents and children, by a _happy fire-side_."
"Of pleasures or delights some arise from the sense of an object present; and those may be called pleasures of sense, the word sensual, as it is used by those only that condemn them, having no place till there be laws."
"One of my pleasures is the writings of Wil Wheaton."