amused

[ UK /ɐmjˈuːsd/ ]
[ US /əmˈjuzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. pleasantly occupied
    We are not amused
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How To Use amused In A Sentence

  • Some looked angry, while others seemed more amused as some of the angriest protesters bellowed at them through a loudhailer.
  • Ellen seemed amused by the whole situation.
  • In the VIP section, or VNP (Very Nice People) as Innocent called it, we amused ourselves by reading a stash of Innocent bottle labels.
  • He then continued to terrorise families in the restaurant as amused staff watched. The Sun
  • I knew that keeping Jasper amused, making him happy, and keeping myself deserving of him, was my one achievement.
  • I did appreciate the 50-year-old unicyclist who drew an unamused Howie Mandel into his act and rendered him momentarily speechless. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • Much to everyone's humor, Rose amused herself with the gift wrappings and boxes that were trash to everyone else's eyes except her own.
  • I realize it’s a little obscure, but it amused me and that’s all that counts.
  • Signs exist to make driving safer, not to keep the regional council amused.
  • After seven years as a very part-time adjunct, I'm still amused by how irked my students are by all the things I don't know, examples of which have included medieval embroidery, Celtic languages, metallurgy, neopaganism, Scottish history, regional developments in medieval agriculture, and the 40 most recent fantasy novels about Arthur and Guenevere. Beowulf Hobbyists of the World, Unite!
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