To be pleased to do a thing

Definition of To be pleased to do a thing

to take pleasure in doing it; to have the will to do it; to think proper to do it.
- Dryden.

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To be on speaking terms
To be on the anvil
To be on the carpet
To be on the defensive
To be on the fence
To be on the mending hand
To be on the move
To be on the qui vive
To be on the rack
To be on the stretch
To be on the tenters
To be on the watch
To be one flesh
To be one's own man
To be one's own master
To be one's own mistress
To be out at the heels
To be out of her reckoning
To be out of one's head
To be pleased in
-To be pleased to do a thing-
To be reported
To be rid of
To be seized of
To be shot of
To be sweet on
To be taken aback
To be taken in the manner
To be tied to a wife's apron strings
To be turned of
To be under a cloud
To be under hatches
To be under the mahogany
To be under way
To be up in
To be up to
To be upon one's good behavior
To be upon the bones of
To be upsides with
To be well off
To be with child
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