|part of speech:
||an odd, fanciful, or capricious notion, or such notions collectively.
Her designs are born out of whimsy rather than considerations of functionality.
- similar words:
- caprice, conceit, dream, humor, kink, levity, notion, vagary, whim
||a fanciful, quaint, or oddly amusing thing or quality of something.
There is a certain whimsy in his paintings that appeals to me.
||fancy, fantasy, idea, imagination, make-believe, twist