amusingly


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a·mus·ing

 (ə-myo͞o′zĭng)
adj.
1. Entertaining or pleasing.
2. Arousing laughter.

a·mus′ing·ly adv.
a·mus′ing·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.amusingly - in an entertaining and amusing manneramusingly - in an entertaining and amusing manner; "Hollywood has grown too sophisticated to turn out anything really amusingly bad these days"
Translations
بِصُورَة مُضْحِكَه أو مُسَلِّيَه
zábavně
morsomt
szórakoztatóan
skemmtilega
divertentemente
eğlendirici/hoş bir şekilde

amusingly

[əˈmjuːzɪŋlɪ] ADV
1. (= funnily) → de forma divertida
amusingly writtenescrito con gracia
2. (= entertainingly) → de forma entretenida

amusingly

[əˈmjuːzɪŋli] adv [write, describe, talk] → d'une façon amusante

amusingly

advamüsant

amusingly

[əˈmjuːzɪŋlɪ] advin modo divertente

amuse

(əˈmjuːz) verb
1. to make (someone) laugh. I was amused at the monkey's antics.
2. to interest or give pleasure to (for a time). They amused themselves playing cards.
aˈmusement noun
1. the state of being amused or of finding something funny. a smile of amusement.
2. an entertainment or interest. surfing and other holiday amusements.
aˈmusing adjective
rather funny or humorous. an amusing story.
aˈmusingly adverb
References in classic literature ?
During the quadrille nothing of any significance was said: there was disjointed talk between them of the Korsunskys, husband and wife, whom he described very amusingly, as delightful children at forty, and of the future town theater; and only once the conversation touched her to the quick, when he asker her about Levin, whether he was here, and added that he liked him so much.
Up to this time the press had been amusingly tolerant and good-naturedly sensational about him, but now he was to learn what virulent scrupulousness an antagonized press was capable of.
Astor, wherein he pours forth the bitterness of his soul, and his seamanlike impatience of what he considers the "lubberly" character and conduct of those around him, are before us, and are amusingly characteristic.
At this she clicked her tongue amusingly and repeated a remark she had made before: "She likes young men.
All this might, he thought, turn out very well and amusingly.
She looked amusingly girlish after all her deep experience-- nodding her head and marking the names off on her fingers, with a little pursing of her lip, and now and then breaking off to put her hands on each side of her face and say, "Oh dear
repeated she, with a bitter laugh, as if there were something amusingly absurd in the idea.
Ogg's--chatted amusingly over his port-wine, did a little amateur farming, and had certainly been an excellent husband and father; at church, when he went there, he sat under the handsomest of mural monuments erected to the memory of his wife.
His talk was an odd mixture of almost boyish garrulity and of the reserve and discretion of the man of the world, and he seemed to Newman, as afterwards young members of the Latin races often seemed to him, now amusingly juvenile and now appallingly mature.
If the day was stormy, they stayed at home, reading, writing letters, talking over their affairs, and giving each other good advice; for, though Will was nearly three years younger than Polly, he could n't for the life of him help assuming amusingly venerable airs, when he became a Freshman.
It was Fyne who on certain solemn grounds had adopted that mental attitude; but it was enough to glance at him sitting on one side, to see that he was purely masculine to his finger-tips, masculine solidly, densely, amusingly,--hopelessly.
The reputation of being out of his mind, though harmlessly and even amusingly so, had procured for the abbe unusual privileges.