Conceit and Whimsy


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Conceit noun – An elaborate or fanciful way of expressing something.
Whimsy and conceit are semantically related in fancy topic. In some cases you can use "Whimsy" instead a noun "Conceit", when it comes to topics like thoughts.
Nearby Words: conceive, conception, conceited, conceitedly
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Whimsy noun – A sudden impulsive and apparently unmotivated idea or action.
Usage example: the pop singer's latest whimsy is that she has acting talent

Conceit and whimsy are semantically related in thoughts topic. You can use "Conceit" instead a noun "Whimsy".
Nearby Words: whimsical, whim
Synonyms for Whimsy
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