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whimsical

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhimsicalwhim‧si‧cal /ˈwɪmzɪkəl/ adjective 🔊 🔊 STRANGEunusual or strange and often amusing 🔊 He has a wonderful whimsical sense of humour.whimsically /-kli/ adverb
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whimsicalWild, whimsical and scary, to say Alabama 3 are unpredictable would be an understatement.His whimsical creations incorporate the antique wood letters and foundry type from a Montana newspaper he published in the 1960s.The whimsical imagery of Martinez's work plays on color and shape.The Dwarves of Death is a light and pacey piece of whimsical London noir.Miller is known for her whimsical paintings and sculpture, both emanating from her unique take on the Southwest desert.Miller is known for her whimsical paintings.Kneale read the synopsis but felt the format too whimsical to fit his much grimmer style of writing.For her to be subjected to the whimsical will of a clown!
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