• (adj): Providing enjoyment; pleasantly entertaining.
    Example: "An amusing speaker"
    Synonyms: amusive, diverting, fun
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on amusing:

Neil Postman - Works - Amusing Ourselves To Death
... Postman's best known book is Amusing Ourselves to Death (1985), a historical narrative which warns of a decline in the ability of our mass communications media to share serious ideas ... Amusing Ourselves to Death was translated into eight languages and sold 200,000 copies worldwide ...
Dag (subculture) - History
... or idiosyncratic style or demeanor together with poor social skills and amusing manner ... 'wag' as in 'what a wag', which refers to the amusing aspect inherent in 'dag' but without referring to fashion or style ... links with being eccentric, idiosyncratic or amusing ...
Creatures Of Impulse - Critical Reception
... Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle opined "Amusing, simple, and ingenious, 'Creatures of Impulse' is another, though a slight, addition to the successes of its author" ... is well told and the piece is exceedingly amusing" and praised the acting ... It is altogether an amusing bit of nonsense, and very original" ...
The Prophet Murders - Reviews
... queens are ridiculously dim and/or fussy," states The Complete Review, "making for an amusing cast of characters (though even this gets a bit monotonous)," but Wiegand concludes that, “the novel's ...

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Famous quotes containing the word amusing:

    ... if a person is to be unconventional, he must be amusing or he is intolerable: for, in the nature of the case, he guarantees you nothing but amusement. He does not guarantee you any of the little amenities by which society has assured itself that, if it must go to sleep, it will at least sleep in a comfortable chair.
    Katharine Fullerton Gerould (1879–1944)

    I enjoyed the courtroom as just another stage—but not so amusing as Broadway.
    Mae West (1892–1980)

    Only amateurs say that they write for their own amusement. Writing is not an amusing occupation. It is a combination of ditch-digging, mountain-climbing, treadmill and childbirth. Writing may be interesting, absorbing, exhilirating, racking, relieving. But amusing? Never!
    Edna Ferber (1887–1968)