Prepositions after "amuse"
amuse by, for, to, after or in?
|In 83% of cases amuse by is used|
|I was amused by messages between son and daughter.|
|Sometimes I was amused by snatches of overheard conver- sation.|
|Many are amused by Lester's delight in identifying a problem disease.|
|I happened to be vastly amused by the pointedness of article by Bradley T.|
|I was amused by all the Belfast sinks utilities, not to mention the arm of rain.|
|Ok, I actually included this photo not because I liked it, but I was just amused by the picture.|
|Feeding giraffes, encountering lions and being amused by monkeys are all part of the fun at this truly awesome attraction.|
|The SS were, of course, greatly amused by these practices and encouraged them by showing special favors to some, so as to awaken the jealousy.|
|Even then, we are not amused by the tactics being employed to make it look like the President was not aware of the deal, until it became public knowledge.|
|He said that with the interest rates of Ghana's bonds being 24%, investors were certainly not amused by Ghana's rating and were thus seeking such a high return.|
|In 6% of cases amuse for is used|
|In Ireland, however, right across the country there are entertainment centres to keep the kids amused for hours, such as Funtasia in Bettystown, Co.|
|In 6% of cases amuse to is used|
|The bachelorette needs to be amused to the hilt in a party along with offering her feeling of remaining spoiled anybody can carry her to some club.|
|In 3% of cases amuse after is used|
|Before dinner they are amused after the manner of their country.|
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