well-pleased


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well-pleased

adj (well pleased when postpositive)
very happy or satisfied: well pleased with the outcome of the meeting.
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'Disturb us, O Lord, when we are too well-pleased with ourselves,
A voice from heaven announced: 'You are my beloved Son; with you I am well-pleased' (Mark 1:11).
"It's been really good so far and I'm well-pleased with how we have started and long may it continue.
They will be well-pleased by the first two episodes of Amo," said deputy Asia director Phelim Kine.
This was the tour during which the 14-year-old Wolfgang came under the scrutiny of some of the most learned Italian masters, including the legendary theorist Padre Martini, who put him through the most searching tests and pronounced himself well-pleased. Suchet's beautifully-produced volume includes among its many attractive and indeed valuable illustrations a reproduction of the letter of admission as a member of the Accademia Filarmonica of Bologna awarded to Mozart.
As commanded in verses: "O self at rest and at peace, return to your Lord, well-pleasing and well-pleased! Enter among My slaves!
So Warwickshire will be well-pleased to hear that the spinner, currently still back home in New Zealand seeing out Wellington's one-day campaign, is likely to be receptive.
While it will win no prizes for introspection or originality, those who enjoy rom-coms for their simple humor, well-timed slapstick and inevitable happy ending will come away well-pleased.
CQG's Director of Order Routing, Mike Glista, added : 'We are well-pleased to provide our customers with hosted connectivity to DGCX, a major exchange in the Middle East with a strong history of growth.
If he can do anything like as well as he did last year we will be well-pleased."