amusedly


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amusedly

(əˈmjuːzɪdlɪ)
adv
in a way that shows one is amused
Translations

amusedly

advamüsiert
References in classic literature ?
I assure you of it," laughed Ivan Petrovitch, gazing amusedly at the prince.
He rolled a cigarette and watched her half curiously, half amusedly.
He passed amusedly over the black-eyed, frail-bodied Mrs.
For when one of the sailors lifted her into Wolf Larsen's downstretched arms, she looked up into our curious faces and smiled amusedly and sweetly, as only a woman can smile, and as I had seen no one smile for so long that I had forgotten such smiles existed.
Although we're heading into autumn, there are leftover summer cyclists on the highway, eyeing us amusedly the first few times I get too close for comfort.
As the curtain draws back, a pair of raucous young women in flapper girl attire (Yasmina Fayed and Lina Sahab) accompany Jfar amusedly from their barstools, backstage left, while appearing to flirt with their bartender (Roy Dib).
The 11-week-old unnamed cub , which trudged a few inches, looked around amusedly, made a few squeaky noises, and experienced some odd finger-in-mouth feeding or examination process, is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the cutest things to ever grace the World Wide Web.
We see it quite often at the bar: [as in] 'I want the Bartender's Choice but I only drink vodka,' " Morley says amusedly.
It was the idea that if you took those early 18th-century portrayals of harlequins in Watteau, or in Picasso's pink period--the Saltimbanques--you think about the despondency and abjection that these characters live in,' Condo says, before adding, amusedly, with respect to his own painting: 'At this point, there isn't even a circus anymore.
I get a rather shrill reminder that this is real, this is not a dream, when Federiko, the hotel's parakeet, looks at my cycling gear rather amusedly and cries: "Bonjour, bonjour, bonjour.