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please [ pleez ]
Main Entry: please
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: delight, make happy
Synonyms: amuse, charm, cheer, content, enchant, entertain, fill the bill, gladden, go over big, grab, gratify, hit the spot, humor, indulge, kill*, make the grade, overjoy, satisfy, score, suit, sweep off feet, tickle pink, tickle*, titillate, turn on, wow*
Antonyms: anger, annoy, depress, displease, disturb, upset, worry
Main Entry: please
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: will, elect to do
Synonyms: be inclined, choose, command, demand, desire, like, opt, prefer, see fit, want, wish
Antonyms: be unwilling, deny, refuse
Main Entry: accommodate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: perform service
Synonyms: afford, aid, arrange, assist, avail, benefit, bow, comfort, convenience, defer, favor, furnish, gratify, help, humor, indulge, oblige, pamper, please, provide, serve, settle, submit, suit, supply, support, sustain, yield
Antonyms: bar, block, frustrate, hinder, impede, limit, obstruct, prevent, stop
Main Entry: amuse
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: entertain; make laugh
Synonyms: break one up, charm, cheer, crack up, delight, divert, fracture, gladden, grab*, gratify, interest, kill*, knock dead, make roll in the aisles, occupy, panic*, please, put away, regale, slay, tickle, wow*
Antonyms: anger, annoy, bore, dull, tire, upset
Main Entry: appeal
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: attract, interest
Synonyms: allure, beguile, captivate, catch the eye, charm, enchant, engage, entice, fascinate, intrigue, invite, please, tantalize, tempt
Antonyms: disgust, turn away, turn off
Main Entry: baby
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: treat like a child
Synonyms: cater to, cherish, coddle, cosset, cuddle, dandle, dote on, foster, humor, indulge, nurse, overindulge, pamper, pet, please, satisfy, serve, spoil
Main Entry: captivate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: attract, enchant
Synonyms: allure, beguile, bewitch, charm, dazzle, delight, draw, enamour, enrapture, enslave, ensnare, entertain, enthrall, entrance, fascinate, gratify, grip, hold, hook, hypnotize, infatuate, intrigue, lure, magnetize, make a hit with, mesmerize, please, rope in, seduce, spellbind, sweep off one's feet, take, turn one on, vamp, wile, win
Antonyms: disgust, disillusion, offend, repel, repulse
Main Entry: charm
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: enchant
Synonyms: allure, attract, beguile, bewitch, cajole, captivate, delight, draw, enamor, enrapture, ensorcell, enthrall, entrance, fascinate, grab, hex, hypnotize, inveigle, kill*, knock dead, knock out, magnetize, mesmerize, please, possess, put under a spell, send*, slay, spell*, sweep off feet, take*, tickle, tickle pink, transport, turn on, vamp, voodoo, wile, win, win over, wow*
Antonyms: displease, irritate, offend, repel, repulse, turn off
Main Entry: climax
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: come to top; culminate
Synonyms: accomplish, achieve, break the record, cap, come, come to a head, conclude, content, crown, end, finish, fulfill, hit high spot, orgasm, peak, please, reach a peak, reach the zenith, rise to crescendo, satisfy, succeed, terminate, top, tower
Antonyms: delve, dip, drop, fall off
Main Entry: compliment
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: praise, flatter
Synonyms: acclaim, adulate, applaud, butter up, cajole, celebrate, charm, cheer, commemorate, commend, congratulate, endorse, eulogize, exalt, extol, fawn upon, felicitate, give bouquet, glorify, hail, hand it to, honor, ingratiate oneself with, kudize, laud, magnify, make much of, panegyrize, pat on the back, pay respects, pay tribute to, please, puff up, recommend, roose, salute, sanction, satisfy, sing praises of, soothe, speak highly of, take off hat to, toast, trade last, wish joy to, worship
Antonyms: blame, censure, complain, criticize, denounce, insult, libel, slander
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