- 美 [əˈmjuz]
- 1.to do or say something that other people think is funny or entertaining
- 2.to keep someone interested or entertained, so that they do not get bored
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I know it has stars that talk to him, and a sky that stoops down to his face to amuse him with its silly clouds and rainbows.
"They're getting slack, I'm afraid, " said the little deep-eyed man, "Our principle is to amuse everyone. "
Try to be cheerful now; the travelling is at an end, and you have nothing to do but rest and amuse yourself as you please.
It was the urge to amuse that recently prompted Cameron to riff on an old TV ad and shout "Calm down, dear, " at a female Labour MP.
In spite of his grief, Twain continued to amuse the American public with a seemingly inexhaustible store of wit and humor.
in the dark as to what my colleagues intend to do to amuse me at my birthday party.
This battle against pride would challenge him--and amuse him--for the rest of his life.
Laura and I amuse ourselves by watching for the green flash which comes at the instant the sun disappears below the line of the. horizon.
It is not always easy to amuse oneself on holiday.
To see whether they had been made docile by his ambitious displays and would permit him to amuse himself with such innovations.
She was the only one who need not worry about food or clothing, who had time to stroll about and amuse herself.
She was allowed to amuse herself as she liked till teatime.
"My queen is cruel, " her captain said. "If I cannot slay your does, how shall I amuse myself whilst you are being wed? "
And we agreed it would be best to have the harp, for it seems to amuse her more than the piano-forte.
We will invite you to attend our Hwa-Yen Carnival once a year, and amuse with us in the time.
The object of his novel writing is to amuse and enlighten the general readers.
When he was working on the Manhattan Project, Richard Feynman used to amuse himself by breaking into safes containing secret documents.
It was just a game! I thought it might amuse you.
It soon became clear that she was in no danger, and that she was free to amuse herself in any way she wished.
Just amuse yourself quietly now before going to bed.