Definition of amasing
1. amusing [ a ] providing enjoyment; pleasantly entertaining
Examples: "an amusing speaker" "a diverting story" "a fun thing to do"
(The Providence Journal...)
Instead - and not just to prove my objectivity - I hasten to report that it 's a highly amusing film which probably does a fairly accurate job of reporting on the Easter vacation shenanigans of collegians down in Fort_Lauderdale , and that it seems to come_to_grips quite honestly with the moral problem that most commonly vexes youngsters in this age_group - that_is_to_say , sex .
(Guy Endore, Voltaire! Voltaire!...)
Duclos understood what was bothering Rousseau : that the writer of the Prosopopoeia_of_Fabricius should now become known as the writer of an amusing little operetta .
(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)
This creates an amusing effect because its position in a sentence seems to make it apply to the wrong word .
Since brevity is the soul of ambiguity as_well as wit , newspaper headlines continually provide us with amusing samples .
(James Thurber, "The Future, If Any, of Comedy,"...)
Moreland fixed us each another drink , and said , `` For God 's sake , tell me something truly amusing '' .Synonyms amusing fun diverting amusive Related Terms entertaining
2. amusing [ a ] arousing or provoking laughter
Examples: "an amusing film" "an amusing fellow" "a comic hat" "a comical look of surprise" "funny stories that made everybody laugh" "a very funny writer" "a mirthful experience" "risible courtroom antics"
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