1 amuse, charm, cheer, content, delight, entertain, give pleasure to, gladden, gratify, humour, indulge, rejoice, satisfy, suit, tickle, tickle pink (informal)
2 be inclined, choose, desire, like, opt, prefer, see fit, want, will, wish
1 anger, annoy, depress, disgust, displease, dissatisfy, grieve, incense, offend, provoke, sadden, vex
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