net, Bade said that the passengers of the train were amused
by the man's antics.
A NEW programme of entertainment to keep the little ones amused
over the school summer holidays has been being launched.
I was even more amused
when she sat under a shaving advertisement that read, "William's Stick Did the Trick.
Nevertheless, these light entertainment perennials are still performing live today and continue to crease up coach loads of easily amused
folk with weathered routines like the trumpet sketch - Bobby annoys Tommy with his trumpet, Tommy smashes it underfoot, Bobby goes mental - which, by now, have more barnacles on them than the footings of Blackpool pier at low tide.
He wants to be amused
but he himself is not amused
The reason I am amused
is that up till I was 73 I was working hard and running my own cleaning business.
I was pretty amused
by We their pathetic attitude, because I know I'm 10 times better than pond life such as this.
Sir Noel amused
the world's theatregoers for more than half a century as actor, cabaret star and playwright.
IT'S A bit late in the day but Ranbir Kapoor is mighty amused
with stories about his breakup and willingness to patch up with Deepika Padukone.
1 : to entertain with something pleasant <She amused
herself with a book.
The great man was far from amused
when he was alerted by an eagle-eyed hack who noted that he was about to be stranded in Coventry as the bus headed south.
I was rather amused
to read my brother's letter to the editor in the January 1 News regarding his correction of the citation to Judge Kent's opinion in the November 15 article "Briefly: How not to write one.
SIR: I was amused
by your attempt to justify the new electricity producing windmills (AR November, p32).
left her rivals with long faces on what is likely to be her racecourse swansong when winning the pounds 20,000 EBF Park Suite Fillies' Stakes in the hands of Paul Hanagan.