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arcade any similar passageway, covered and lined with small shops or amusement galleries. [1/3 definitions]
bumper car one of a number of miniature electric cars that are part of an amusement at a fair or carnival. People ride in the cars and try to bump into other cars or escape from being bumped. The cars are designed to be safe and enjoyable for the riders, most of whom are children.
cakewalk an amusement at a carnival or fair, wherein people march to music and compete for the prize of cake. [1/5 definitions]
carnival a traveling commercial amusement show, usu. offering rides, games of chance, and sideshows. [1/2 definitions]
comic causing amusement; comical. [1/6 definitions]
comical causing amusement; funny. [1/2 definitions]
disport an amusement or sport. [1/4 definitions]
diversion something that turns the mind or attention away from serious matters; distraction; amusement. [1/3 definitions]
diverting causing amusement or casual interest; entertaining.
divertissement an amusement or entertainment; diversion. [1/2 definitions]
entertain to provide entertainment or amusement. [1/5 definitions]
entertainment something that provides pleasant diversion or amusement. [1/3 definitions]
Ferris wheel (sometimes l.c.) a ride, as at a carnival or amusement park, consisting of a very large upright power-driven wheel with partially enclosed seats that are suspended between two parallel rims.
flume an artificial channel or chute through which water flows, sometimes used for the transportation of logs or, in an amusement park, for boat rides. [1/3 definitions]
fun something that gives amusement, pleasure, or enjoyment. [2 definitions]
funny provoking amusement or laughter. [1/4 definitions]
gadabout a person who roams from place to place, often seeking gossip or amusement.
gallivant to roam about seeking amusement; gad.
game something done for amusement; diversion; pastime. [1/9 definitions]
gladiator a man in ancient Rome who fought, often to the death and usu. under compulsion, for the amusement of an audience. [1/3 definitions]
ha ha used to express amusement, particularly when writing, or to mock or ridicule someone.