whimsicality

NOUN
  1. the trait of behaving like an imp
  2. the trait of acting unpredictably and more from whim or caprice than from reason or judgment
    I despair at the flightiness and whimsicality of my memory
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How To Use whimsicality In A Sentence

  • The reason that so many things don't have that kind of whimsicality to them, especially in movies or in any kind of artwork or writing, is because it's so damn hard to find that. latimes.com - News
  • It is difficult to decide whether this indifference is another instance of charming whimsicality or just unforgivable negligence. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Yet his default setting on stage remains a kind of hectoringly personable whimsicality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Editors are likely to suggest nuanced typographical layouts based on the seriousness or whimsicality of the work in order to evoke a specific affectation on the reader.
  • Each work mixes craftsmanship with a whimsicality that will continue to have wide appeal. Times, Sunday Times
  • It can carry with it aspects of arbitrariness or domineeringness, or whimsicality or abstractedness.
  • She adds, "As the grittiest of the 'Trek's, our show's fabric was interwoven with stories of war, family, loyalty, deception, sexuality, and a dash of whimsicality that both took the edge off and served as a mirror. Gregory Weinkauf: 'Star Trek' Celebrates Its 45th Anniversary in Las Vegas
  • It is difficult to decide whether this indifference is another instance of charming whimsicality or just unforgivable negligence. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Let's go and get married," he urged, all the whimsicality of his utterance duplicated in his eyes. Chapter XXII
  • It's the profound whimsicality that troubles me. Times, Sunday Times
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