Whimmy


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Whim´my


a.1.Full of whims; whimsical.
The study of Rabbinical literature either finds a man whimmy or makes him so.
- Coleridge.
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SHOPPERS watched their groceries doing somersaults after Whimmy Walker the clown proclaimed he could juggle with anything he could get his hands on, as a stunt in Coventry precinct to advertise that the circus is in town.
Their discourse and manner of reasoning I thought so much above their appearance, and so apropos to the present times, that I soon resolv'd to put them down in a paraphrastic doggrel, and send them to you as a present, either to publish, or suppress, just as your whimmy fancy pleased.
AWARD-WINNING clown Whimmy Walker says he can juggle almost anything - and is challenging Coventry people to prove him wrong.