Etymology
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pleasurable (adj.)

1570s, "giving or capable of giving pleasure," from pleasure (n.) + -able. Related: Pleasurability; pleasurably; pleasurableness. For sense, compare comfortable. The meaning "capable of receiving pleasure" has been rare. Middle English had plesable "capable of pleasing."

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Definitions of pleasurable

pleasurable (adj.)
affording satisfaction or pleasure;
good printing makes a book more pleasurable to read
full of happiness and pleasurable excitement
Synonyms: enjoyable / gratifying
From wordnet.princeton.edu