One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘One could get pleasurably lost for hours in its labyrinthine lanes with tiny shops that sell just about every imaginable commodity.’
- ‘On the side are pleasurably redundant waffle fries.’
- ‘They have ample time to pleasurably walk up and down the mountain, catching sunrise at the top and savouring every aspect of the amazing scenery.’
- ‘And no one, except the activists getting pleasurably hysterical over margaritas and mango salsa, gives any credence to claims to the contrary.’
- ‘They could be at the zoo, or ice-skating at Somerset House, or pleasurably slumped with leftover chocolates in their cosy sitting-rooms.’
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