Amusement and Whim

Amusement

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Amusement noun – The act or activity of providing pleasure or amusement especially for the public.
Whim and amusement are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Whim" instead a noun "Amusement".
Nearby Words: amusing, amuse, amused
Synonyms for Amusement

Whim

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Whim noun – A sudden impulsive and apparently unmotivated idea or action.
Amusement and whim are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Amusement" instead a noun "Whim".
Nearby Words: whimsical, whimsy, whimper
Synonyms for Whim

How words are described

selfish selfish amusement selfish whim
cruel cruel amusement cruel whim
childish childish amusement childish whim
personal personal amusement personal whim
Other adjectives: sadistic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Third Law of Gender Bending: magically enforced—or not—at Angel's whim, depending upon which option would provide her with the most amusement.
  • They react to injuries with amusement or annoyance, they teleport seemingly at whim, and may even possess limited time travel abilities, and they eat human flesh.
  • Both main characters are given godlike powers to arbitrarily rewrite the fabric of reality for their own amusement on a seeming whim of the universe, but here Angel abuses the hell out of them to seek revenge on all those who abused and slighted her back in the previous reality, and beyond.
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