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Synonyms for amuse

Synonyms for amuse

to occupy in an agreeable or pleasing way

Synonyms for amuse

occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion

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make (somebody) laugh

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The students' teacher chaperones look on amusedly, knowing that many of the students' best-laid plans will come to naught.
Admittedly this Caribbean Rhapsody also had many of the elements of an old time showbiz revue--it ended with a third act, amusedly mocking stereotypes, set in ragtime Harlem, and even had a tiny young Eartha Kitt making her not all that noticeable London debut.
And in a story sure to warm sightseers' hearts, a chillingly cool and maybe queer schoolgirl amusedly swindles gay Castro tourists--"soft and unaware, with pink faces .
He thinks of himself amusedly, "cozied up with his trollop and his toddy" (399).
The great thing about Case is the way she sounds inches away from emotional implosion and powerfully, often amusedly, in control of her formidable vocal resources at the same time.
and without hotel reservations, had to stay at an expensive hotel, the Vanderbilt, where, Kay noted amusedly, they were given a room with twin beds.
A wind tunnel made of Kogler's cloth led to a disco-cave in the basement, which the artists, amusedly recalling the basement parties of their youth, had furnished in a way that evoked a sort of psychedelic vertigo: Geiger's hybrid take on painting--carpeting made of cheap felt--stretched like the most wondrous fairy-tale landscape across the floor and hallway and up the wall, lit by a plastic bucket lamp shaped like Brancusi's endless columns.
He asks, rhetorically and amusedly, "whom have we heard .
This young man, all of 16 despite his six feet and 180 pounds, asked amusedly, "What're you doing, Randy--getting ready for the White Sox?
He's tied Pepe to a chair and is interrogating him about some ill-defined malfeasance, while Pepe chuckles amusedly.
For nearly an hour, while my friend watched patiently, if amusedly, I called, then searched the sky and trees.
When Cornish Rebel went limp on the run-in at Ayr on Saturday and threw away a sum that would have launched Nicholls to the top of the tree, did the big man shrug amusedly as Pipe offered his heartfelt condolences?