Simple past tense and past participle of please. (verb)
Examples of word pleased
The fact is, the country delegates made the nominations as they pleased, and they _pleased_ to make them all from the country, except Baker and me, whom they supposed necessary to make stump speeches.
Emily needed to make the same request, for she too, had long done pretty much as she pleased; and, as we have seen, she was _pleased_ to do some very bad things.
If it were proposed to the shopkeepers in a town, that a rich man or two, living in the neighbourhood, should have power to send, _whenever they pleased_, and take away as much as they pleased of the money of the shopkeepers, and apply it to what uses they please; what an outcry the shopkeepers would make!
But if you will seek us out again at the meeting between four and five I shall be at your service afterward, and pleased, "he look her hand again," _pleased_ to see you. "
The three runners-up for the title pleased Vaizey by committing themselves to go ahead with their own programmes anyway.
The title pleased me, even though it was bestowed in fun, for my theory has always been that chintz, when properly used, is the most decorative and satisfactory of all fabrics.
The alliterative unctuousness of the title pleased me, as Mary 'Liza pronounced it smoothly in her geography lesson, the day on which Hamilcar, the carriage driver, drove over a young "old hare" in the road, and knocked one of the poor thing's eyes out.
The word "kálvária" in the title pleased him, but so did the letter Y, which is why he called his country Kylwyria.