whimsy


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Synonyms for whimsy

an impulsive, often illogical turn of mind

Synonyms for whimsy

an odd or fanciful or capricious idea

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the trait of acting unpredictably and more from whim or caprice than from reason or judgment

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Whimsy is a clothing boutique that will go the extra mile, both literally and figuratively, to ensure the customer has the best possible shopping experience.
With an impressive work ethic and only the finest quality craftsmanship, the Whimsy Fashion line is simply incomparable to the rest.
Whimsy is what you do with an object that's outlived its reason for being.
Dreaming of Anna, who came in on a three-race winning streak, led the field of nine early, but Bit of Whimsy rallied, running 1 1/8 miles on the turf in 1:48.
Five talented dancers worked hard to make Snaith's project more than just an overextended exercise in whimsy.
Part-time iconoclast and two-fingered typist Dale Andrew White is a natural born storyteller with an especial flair for blending fantasy, whimsy, satire, and a fevered imagination into original stories that are replete with ribald humor and reader-engaging novelty.
And while Maritime's debut album, Glass Floor, lacks the mechanical whimsy of the Dismemberment Plan, the J Robbins-produced record is playful and well crafted, alternatively lush and sparse.
The higher ed software administrators who are pushing these two new open source initiatives may have a sense of whimsy about their efforts, but they are dead serious about saving money.
Sometimes the effort to pull ourselves from a warm bed is Herculean and requires a passion that can only come from whimsy.
Engelbreit's book of her cumulative works is entitled, The Wit and Whimsy of Mary Engelbreit.
For pure whimsy with a heavy dose of grisly on the side, try "Dog Oil.
The Graz roofline, at first thought of as a joke, is a grotesque interloper, a piece of colossal architectural whimsy that fits into the category of 'Mum
They've toured with The Coral and The Thrills recently and it's easy to see why - killer choruses meet West Coast whimsy.
Their timeless LP Forever Changes was well- represented by the folky whimsy of Old Man and the absent-minded psychedelia of Alone Again Or.
With vibrant, bright colors designed to lift spirits; or a hint of whimsy, such as tufts of marabou trim; or a giant lighted lipstick, these new lighting designs cross the line from simply functional to "wanna-have-fun" statements.