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
So ends one person’s ideal day spent among the 1,200 acres of wonder and whimsy that is Balboa Park.
African economies often seem like victims of divine whimsy.
Susan Hats have very little in common with one another, except for a general sense of whimsy.
The garden was transformed last year by a local landscape designer to have texture, color and whimsy in both its front and back gardens.
As a jeweler de Castellane is revered for her sense of color and whimsy.
The chartreuse caviar is a touch of whimsy served alongside a cocktail called the Canary Trap ($16), a highball variant of a Tom Collins imagined by head bartender Jess Lambert.
Young Adult ditches the earlier movie’s sense of whimsy, aiming for something more ragged, to convey Mavis’ state of mind as a former high school queen bee who’s lost her buzz.
All of this is presented with an unusual but assured mixture of whimsy, comedy, and melancholy by director Jason Reitman, working again with scripter Diablo Cody.
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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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