Examples of amusing in a Sentence
He's one of the most amusing people I know.
It was amusing to hear her tell the story.
Recent Examples of amusing from the Web
On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal was compelled to issue an amusing, if embarrassing, correction after misquoting Israel's prime minister the day before.
His high school coach, by the way, finds this amusing.
Much of the comedy comes from watching Stalin’s toadies jockey for power in his absence, but the film really connects as a strange — and yet somehow amusing — glimpse of how fear penetrates a totalitarian society down to the bone.
Roles include birthday-party entertainer, dance-class partner, goat guard and amusing, sometimes interactive props in yoga classes and wine-tasting sessions.
Moving past the apparent, and amusing, assumption that Covington is somehow immune from any statewide malaise, Gail's belief that the local film and TV industry was dead got my attention.
In this amusing, 45-minute production, the audience will discover that Ella, unlike most fairy-tale maidens, has huge feet.
Although Garner has yet to answer Bobby’s (and the world’s) question, her voiceovers offer us a series of amusing options to choose from.
Now, the tradition is just an amusing historical tidbit.
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AMUSING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of amusing for English Language Learners
: causing laughter or enjoyment : funny or enjoyable
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