Pleas"ance (?), n. [F. plaisance. See Please.]

1.

Pleasure; merriment; gayety; delight; kindness.

[Archaic] Shak.

"Full great pleasance." Chaucer.

"A realm of pleasance." Tennyson.

2.

A secluded part of a garden.

[Archaic]

The pleasances of old Elizabethan houses.
Ruskin.

 

© Webster 1913.

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