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Definition of please:

  1. To excite agreeable sensations in; to gratify; to have satisfaction in.
  2. To like; to choose; to prefer; to be pleased.

Common misspellings for please:

pleasem, pleaese, perhase, pulseate, splease, aplause, planse, pleasde, plase, pleasse, clease, pleasae, plasure, pecause, pleasea, pleass, plcae, pleaset, plaease, blease, plsure, pleasel, leaise, pahase, pealse, plesser, plesaer, iplease, plefase, plege, oplease, pleasec, plwease, plwase, pleghm, pleasan, olease, peasce, ploease, pelased, peease, pleasd, pleasere, plesuer, pelease, plesase, plesaed, plaser, pllease, dplease, pelse, plesea, plese, pleasce, pleare, pleague, plearsure, plaesed, plaers, plaes, pleast, pleasee, pealce, plkace, pleaseure, pleates, plegue, pleser, pleasrue, pleasuer, pleses, pleges, plrase, plasce, plesaes, plaese, plpease, plsease, pleace, placei, plessy, plaus, pleasur, pleaze, pleauser, pleadge, puphase, pleause, plasa, chelasea, pluse, plased, plasere, plesse, leasse, eplase, poliece, pklease, pleage, pleasew.

What does the abbreviation please mean?

PLEASE abbreviation definitions:
–  Persistent Lyme Empiric Antibiotic Study Europe
–  Policy Language for Easy Administration of SELinux

Google Ngram Viewer results for please:

This graph shows how "please" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for please:

  1. I have no dress except the one I wear every day. If you are going to be kind enough to give me one, please let it be practical and dark so that I can put it on afterwards to go to the laboratory.
  2. If one oversteps the bounds of moderation, the greatest pleasures cease to please.
  3. If a servant strives to please his master and studies and takes pains to do it, I believe there are but few masters who would use such a servant cruelly.
  4. Look into any man's heart you please, and you will always find, in every one, at least one black spot which he has to keep concealed.
  5. Who ever converses among old books will be hard to please among the new.

Rhymes for please:

  1. skis, geez, jeez, freeze, cheese, sies, saez, fleas, keys, tees, trees, ease, sleaze, teas, pease, peas, squeeze, lees, neese, meis, she's, dees, wheeze, bees, glees, neis, fees, these, nees, frieze, friese, liese, sneeze, vees, bes, gies, crees, keyes, threes, pleas, reis, mease, frees, z's, mees, tease, beas, preis, cees, hees, rees, neas, flees, leas, knees, breese, breeze, seize, reas, sees, feese, kees, sprees, seas, deis, deas, keas;
  2. burmese, louise, foresees, displease, ortiz, maltese, degrees, agrees, reprise, aziz, jaycees, trainees, chemise, belize, trustees, pawnees, rupees, lessees, chinese, appease, disease, cadiz, decrees, unease, cds, scorsese, draftees, trapeze, andries;
  3. guarantees, overseas, japanese, conferees, nepalese, taiwanese, timorese, nominees, siamese, retirees, cantonese, appointees, internees, escapees, amputees, balinese, enlistees, disagrees, honorees, ccs, guaranties, absentees, franchisees, javanese, annamese, expertise, sinhalese, journalese, referees, designees, detainees, devotees, returnees, inductees, licensees, sudanese, enrollees;
  4. stds, indochinese, interviewees, abts;