Amus



Associate in Music.
Historical Examples

Dear Sir, do not let us suffer ourselves to be amus’d with such groundless Objections.
Benjamin Franklin Frank Luther Mott

The King never supp’d unless it was in extraordinary cases, but amus’d himself with a Game at Chess.
The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume III Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz

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  • Amusable

    to hold the attention of (someone) pleasantly; entertain or divert in an enjoyable or cheerful manner: She amused the guests with witty conversation. to cause mirth, laughter, or the like, in: The comedian amused the audience with a steady stream of jokes. to cause (time, leisure, etc.) to pass agreeably. Archaic. to keep in expectation […]

  • Amuse

    to hold the attention of (someone) pleasantly; entertain or divert in an enjoyable or cheerful manner: She amused the guests with witty conversation. to cause mirth, laughter, or the like, in: The comedian amused the audience with a steady stream of jokes. to cause (time, leisure, etc.) to pass agreeably. Archaic. to keep in expectation […]



  • A.mus.d.

    Doctor of Musical Arts.

  • Amuse-bouche

    noun an appetizer before a meal noun any small bite of food or appetizer-sized portion, often served before a meal; also called amuse-gueule Word Origin 1968; French ‘that which amuses the mouth’ Usage Note cooking



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