not-unpleasant love


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  • He smelled of whiskey and cherry and salt, a not-unpleasant combination.

    The Bird House

  • On Cereal: Had a look and taste similar to skim cow's milk, added a not-unpleasant starchy note.

    Move Over, Cow

  • The Gumfighting solution even had a not-unpleasant minty smell.

    Attacking Our Sidewalks' Black Plague

  • The waters were indeed fizzy, with tiny bubbles that caused a not-unpleasant tickling, provoking a smile rather than loud laughter.

    Off to the Races

  • The perennially litigous Ira Arnstein, born in 1879, would only be remembered today, if at all, for a few not-unpleasant Tin Pan Alley and religious numbers from the 1920s, except for the fact that he was convinced that other, more successful songwriters were constantly ripping him off.

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  • Dickens, having been given a not-unpleasant crash course on this sort of thing by Jeliza's grandmother in the very same house, bashfully reprises his role as "a little sweetie".

    Wired Review: Terry Gilliam's Tideland

  • She pressed her palm between her breasts at the not-unpleasant feeling.

    A Change of Seasons

  • There's a bell hanging from the door of the bookstore, so arranged that it makes a not-unpleasant jingling sound when the door opens.

    The Burglar On The Prowl

  • Mr. Hodgman's self-deprecating schtick brought the room into a warm, not-unpleasant haze of mutual admiration.

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  • Immediately, a rich, smoky and not-unpleasant odor greeted them.

    Hamlet II: Ophelia’s Revenge


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