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Definitions

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  • noun The quality or state of being pleasurable.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The researchers also examined the pleasurability of scratching the itches, which was higher for the ankle and back than for the forearm.

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  • Once again I came to realize how the beach provides us not just with pleasurability but also measurability.

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  • He dispenses advice about how book shops can increase their profitability by enhancing the pleasurability of book buying and, at the same time, build customer loyalty.

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  • He dispenses advice about how book shops can increase their profitability by enhancing the pleasurability of book buying and, at the same time, build customer loyalty.

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  • Whereas Gerard holds association merely to be a vehicle by which pleasurability is transmitted from the naturally pleasurable mental operation to the object of taste, Alison holds association also to be the central mental operation from which pleasurability is transmitted to the object taste.

    18th Century British Aesthetics

  • It is a complicated process by which Alison takes the object of taste to acquire its pleasurability.

    18th Century British Aesthetics

  • Similarly, we should also examine the practices and cultural representations (claims) about games' safety and pleasurability (or otherwise) in every case.

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  • Thus objects of taste must acquire their pleasurability.

    18th Century British Aesthetics

  • He follows after Gerard in holding that objects of taste are not naturally pleasurable, as Hutcheson had supposed, and so follows after Gerard in holding that objects of taste must acquire their pleasurability from something else that is naturally pleasurable.

    18th Century British Aesthetics

  • Still, I shall venture to express the opinion that the pleasurability of such railway journeys is largely dependent upon the person who may be our travelling companion, and that some of the companies are not quite careful enough in the exclusion of undesirable fellow-passengers.

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.

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