Character 6
Hyphenation please
Pronunciations /pliːz/

Definitions and meanings of "Please"

What do we mean by please?

To give enjoyment, pleasure, or satisfaction to; make glad or contented. intransitive verb

To be the will or desire of. intransitive verb

To give satisfaction or pleasure; be agreeable. intransitive verb

To have the will or desire; wish. intransitive verb

If it is your desire or pleasure; if you please. Used in polite requests. adverb

Yes. Used in polite affirmative replies to offers. adverb

To be agreeable to; suit; satisfy; seem good to: used impersonally, and followed by an object, originally dative, of the person: same as like, I.

To excite agreeable sensations or emotions in; impart satisfaction, gratification, pleasure, or delight to; gratify; content.

To think fit or have the complaisance or kindness; condescend; be good enough; be so kind as: an expression of courtesy, often used ironically.

Synonyms To rejoice, gladden, make glad.

To like; choose; think fit: as, do as you please.

To give pleasure; win approval.

To give pleasure to; to excite agreeable sensations or emotions in; to make glad; to gratify; to content; to satisfy. transitive verb

To have or take pleasure in; hence, to choose; to wish; to desire; to will. transitive verb

To be the will or pleasure of; to seem good to; -- used impersonally. transitive verb

To have complacency in; to take pleasure in. transitive verb

To take pleasure in doing it; to have the will to do it; to think proper to do it. transitive verb

To afford or impart pleasure; to excite agreeable emotions. intransitive verb

To have pleasure; to be willing, as a matter of affording pleasure or showing favor; to vouchsafe; to consent. intransitive verb

To make happy or satisfy; to give pleasure to.

To desire; to will; to be pleased by.

The magic word Urban Dictionary

An expression of joy or laughter in response to a funny joke/statement. typically a substitute for "LOL", "LMAO", etc. Urban Dictionary

Another word for "now". Urban Dictionary

In Cincinnati (Cincy), this is slang/short for "Could you please repeat that?" Urban Dictionary

Please is the magic word. The MAGIC word. PLEASE. uh uh Urban Dictionary

Can b used instead of eitha (1) "i don't believe you" or (2) "yeah, right." Urban Dictionary

The one word that will never grant a man oral sex from a woman. Urban Dictionary

Over polite word to be used at random points in the sentence to either show great gratitude or sarcasm. Urban Dictionary

This is used in place of "what?", "huh?", or "what's that?" by many in the Greater Cincinnati Metro Area. It is said to come from the German influence here. Urban Dictionary

A word you say when you want some thing also known as the magic word Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Please

The word "please" in example sentences

The opening chapter of the book here under discussion elicited a raspberry note to budding Scenarists: opening the text with camera directions gives the game away; and please please *please* no more references to that a-photograph-steals-the-soul riff, which I first happened upon in the Ur-text called... ❋ TEV (2008)

So please, you whisper to yourself, trying to telepathically bully everyone else in the room--*please* don't ask any questions. ❋ Post-doc (2006)

Great idea, but please *please* promise you won't do that again! ❋ Unknown (2006)

I'm in Boston and I'm not going to phone you because I'm scared you'd hang up, so I'm just arriving at Wooly on Thursday, and for God's sake please, _please_ see me and hear me, my dear, darling friend. ❋ Boylan, Eleanor (1996)

Did Louise Littleton suspect, as I did, what she was to "please, _please_ ... hear" and its ramifications? ❋ Boylan, Eleanor (1996)

"Please, please, _please_!" they pleaded in chorus. ❋ Amy D. V. Chalmers (N/A)

Harry, thus free to marry, had persuaded Rose to wait no longer; the event was to be on a Monday not quite two weeks ahead, and Norma was please, _please_, PLEASE to come down as soon as she could. ❋ Kathleen Thompson Norris (1923)

"Oh please -- _please_!" was the girl's panic-stricken whisper. ❋ Susan Glaspell (1915)

"Julie," he whispered, "my darling, say you'll marry me -- please, _please_!" ❋ Robert Keable (1907)

"Oh, please, don't when I ask you; _please_," says she. ❋ Knut Hamsun (1905)

"There, please -- _please_," Mamma said, "don't let us have any more of it," just as Aunt Lavvy was beginning to get a word in edgeways. ❋ May Sinclair (1904)

Again and again she sought to envelope him with acceptable praises, while he gazed fondly at her from that justified pride in his own stanchness -- murmuring, "Nance, you please me -- you _please_ me!" ❋ Harry Leon Wilson (1903)

Phil's downstairs, you know; oh, and the doctor, -- please, _please_ let me ask _him_ to come up! ❋ Barbara Yechton (1901)

"Genevieve, please, _please_ mayn't we get out of this?" she begged. ❋ Unknown (1894)

Only don't think of me; please, _please_ don't think of me! ❋ Francis Lynde (1893)

I'll help you all I can; I'll feed you up, and look after you, and tell you everything that happens; but please -- _please_ don't be in too great ❋ Harry Collingwood (1886)

"Yes, please -- _please_, tell us all about your life!" exclaimed another voice; and Sibyl Ray came boldly forward and seated herself in the midst of the group, which was known in the school as the Specialities. ❋ L. T. Meade (1884)

And (to conclude this too adventurous Guess - work, from a Pair of forward Baggages) woud, every where, (we think,) _deserve_ to please, -- if stript of what the Author thought himself most sure to _please by_. ❋ Austin Dobson (1880)

"Oh please -- _please_ don't," and they both crept closer to their old friend. ❋ Mrs. Molesworth (1880)

An exclamation from Enna caused Elsie to turn her head, and suddenly springing to her feet, she exclaimed in an eager, excited way, "Papa, there is a carriage coming up the avenue -- it must be visitors; please, _please_, papa, let me go to my room." ❋ Martha Finley (1868)

[Whats] [the magic word]? ❋ Purplemonky (2003)

"did you see this [picture] that [laur] sent?" "PLEASE [THAT'S SO FUNNY]" ❋ Fairydoir (2021)

[Hand me] those [cookies], please. ❋ Quickstop17 (2006)

Clerk: [Ju] [orda] da [watr]? Cincinnatian: Please? Clerk: Did you order the water? ❋ Red Tag Man (2005)

"50 [cents] please?" "[PHUC] NO!" "Just to pleeeease myself?" "ok sure bb." "[unh]!" ❋ -_- /\/ / /\/ _/ /\ (2017)

(1) "ey, i jus fucked 50 cent in tha back of [hiz] whip, girl!" >> "girl, please." (2) "stop [frontin], [u kno] u want me!" >> "PLEASE." ❋ ITaLiAn MaMi (2004)

"Yo, [can I get] a [blowjob]?" "...No." "[Please]?" ❋ Jake Throckmorton (2007)

'what of it please?' 'what were you [thinking] please?' 'please, [get out] of my [quim] please.' ❋ Annie And Ed (2003)

[clerk]: "Please?" me: I said "[Ma'am] how much does this cost?" The Kentucky [Yankee], author since August 2004. ❋ The Kentucky Yankee (2005)

Girl: [Can I] use your [text book]. Guy: What's [the magic word] Girl: please ❋ Mercedes C M (2016)

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