amusingly

All Adverb
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  • All this might, he thought, turn out very well and amusingly. Cited from War and Peace, by by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi
  • He knew a little of everything, and talked much of nothing, very amusingly. Cited from A Dream of Empire, by William Henry Venable
  • As she amusingly observed, except himself marrying her, he could scarcely do more. Cited from The Young Duke, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Bharatchandran has a daughter aged ten who amusingly has her mother's name.
  • So bad that it passed that point of being an amusingly bad game and just went right to being nothing more than a bad game.
  • Amusingly, the happy tale was never actually submitted, so the collection was dark indeed.
  • Oh, mamma, how amusingly he tells about the way he learned! Cited from Plays, by Alexander Ostrovsky
  • Almost amusingly he was always sad over those who had once been prosperous but who were now old and forgotten. Cited from Twelve Men, by Theodore Dreiser
  • The books were always amusingly titled, and were different in every introduction.
  • He also found each man amusingly partisan for his own. Cited from The Rules of the Game, by Stewart Edward White
  • It has recently been most amusingly varied by a visit from Lady Jersey. Cited from Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson Vol 2
  • Inside the centre a distinctively modern man is rather amusingly struck by the same object of interest as his dog.
  • Their attempts, amusingly, lead to a variety of different hues -- none of them green.
  • Philo, amusingly enough, places his works somewhere between the second and third degrees. Cited from Table Talk of S. T. Coleridge, by Coleridge
  • There was something amusingly patronising in her manner toward the younger girls. Cited from The Little Colonel's Hero, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • A note he makes in one of his diaries amusingly illustrates the simple side of his character. Cited from William of Germany, by Stanley Shaw
  • They are rather stories which focus on an "amusingly old-fashioned society".
  • Carrie amusingly said: As he has never asked any friends before, we are not likely to forget it. Cited from Diary of a Nobody, by George and Weedon Grossmith
  • He always has an amusingly exaggerated simile to describe whatever situation he finds himself in.
  • He was eyeing her amusingly; the direct question came quite naturally. Cited from Mother, by Kathleen Norris
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Meaning of amusingly

  • adverb In an entertaining and amusing manner
    Hollywood has grown too sophisticated to turn out anything really amusingly bad these days