Etymology: English from French, pleasaunce. "Pleas" as in pleasure (pleasure) and "aunce" to imply a state of.
(obsolete) The region of a garden with the sole purpose of giving pleasure to the senses, but not offering fruit or sustenance.
(obsolete) An area distinctly separate from a garden reserved for aesthetic planting that shares the same bedding properties.
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