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amusement the process of amusing. [1/3 definitions]
blooper esp. in radio and television, an embarrassing or amusing error in speech or action. [1/2 definitions]
booby prize an amusing prize given to ridicule one who performs worst in a contest or competition.
camp2 the style of something such as clothing, decoration, art, or the like that is considered amusing because of its consciously pretentious showiness or outlandishness. [1/2 definitions]
comedian a person whose behavior is purposely amusing or comical. [1/3 definitions]
comedy a light, amusing work of theater, film, or literature. [2/4 definitions]
darling (informal) amusing, pretty, or appealing. [1/5 definitions]
droll wryly amusing or humorous.
entertaining providing pleasant diversion; amusing.
funny having the intention of amusing. [1/4 definitions]
gas (slang) something amusing or astonishing. [1/14 definitions]
hilarious exceptionally funny or amusing. [1/2 definitions]
humor the ability to express, perceive, or understand what is funny or amusing. [1/5 definitions]
one-liner a short witty or amusing remark.
patter2 rapid, glib, and often amusing talk, as by a comedian, salesman, auctioneer, or magician. [1/5 definitions]
priceless very amusing, delightful, or absurd. [1/2 definitions]
riddle1 a puzzling, tricky, and often amusing question, usu. with an ingenious answer, posed as a diversion or as a test of one's wits. [1/4 definitions]
shenanigan (informal; often pl.) an amusing, mischievous, or treacherous prank or other action.
unamusing combined form of amusing.
whimsical slightly odd or amusing in a uniquely imaginative way; fanciful; quaint. [1/3 definitions]
whimsy a fanciful, quaint, or oddly amusing thing or quality of something. [1/2 definitions]