Examples of whimsy in a Sentence
The designer's new line showed a touch of whimsy.
a bit of decorative whimsy
Recent Examples of whimsy from the Web
In a staircase that leads to a Manhattan penthouse’s terrace, New York designers Alexandra Pappas and Tatyana Miron delivered a brooding forecast with a sprinkle of whimsy.
Descendants of the original Sputnik chandelier — named after the Soviet satellite that was the first to orbit the Earth, in 1957 — are found everywhere, but especially in stark modern rooms that beg for whimsy.
Fortnite, an online game that combines kill-em-all thrill with the whimsy of a cartoon dreamland, has become an obsession for many teenagers.
Besides a few mainstay sandwiches that don’t change, the menu gets altered slightly by the whimsy of the kitchen on a seasonal basis.
But these seemingly boring activities are imbued with childhood whimsy.
This fun-and-flirty collection is quintessential Alice + Olivia whimsy infused with artist Donald Robertson’s cheeky illustrations.
Lyft has never been short on whimsy (RIP, pink mustaches) or feel good vibes, especially when compared to Uber, which for years embraced a bad boy reputation.
This makes the heightened emotional moments all the more effective, even on the rare occasions when Chung’s script pushes the whimsy buttons harder than necessary.
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WHIMSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whimsy for English Language Learners
: a playful or amusing quality : a sense of humor or playfulness
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