Definition of whimsy–whamsy
: whim-wham gremlins are … supposed to cause trouble such as engine failure in airplanes, a curious piece of whimsy-whamsy — Henry Alexander the theme of displaced war orphans … becomes here, in spite of shrewd descriptive touches, plain whimsy-whamsy — Sarah Campion
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Origin and Etymology of whimsy–whamsy
reduplication of 1whimsy
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