Please excuse me, but I'm really so tired that it is painful to me to talk. And you must own him for a man of might, If he holds out to please you the third night.
Please is a polite expression of request. Other meanings of please include: To "please", as a verb, means to give gratification or pleasure. "Pleasing" means finding an object or person aesthetically appealing or attractive. Please may also refer to: Please (Pet Shop Boys album), 1986.
2. To have the will or desire; wish: Do as you please. Sit down, if you please.
(used as a polite addition to requests, commands, etc.) if you would be so obliging; kindly: Please come here.
From Middle English plesen, plaisen, from Old French plaise, conjugated form of plaisir or plaire, from Latin placēre (“to please, to seem good”), from the Proto-Indo-European *plā-k- (“wide and flat”). Displaced native Middle English quemen, queamen (“to please”...
Cincinnatian: Please? Clerk: Did you order the water?
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"Please, please don't make me do this," she gasped. Please, Jule, please stay away. "I do whatever I please," came the guarded answer.
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