pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted.
displaying :
an amused expression on her face.
aroused to mirth.
Historical Examples

Tricotrin, indifferent to the hint as to the rebuff, looked at him amusedly.
Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida Ouida

He had been diligently and amusedly studying the last prisoner.
“Persons Unknown” Virginia Tracy

He looked at her amusedly again, and then at the kettle boiling on the little spirit-stove.
Captivity M. Leonora Eyles

“He is not at all vain, Captain Tremaine,” said Mrs. Gower, amusedly.
A Romance of Toronto Annie Gregg Savigny

As if she could pull the wool over his eyes, those clear piercing blue eyes that looked at life so amusedly, so cynically.
Painted Veils James Huneker

She recognized Rex and Wolf at once and amusedly wondered with what they were playing.
Lad: A Dog Albert Payson Terhune

She clasped her knees with her arms and looked at Nick amusedly.
Gigolo Edna Ferber

“Billy’s got a fine flow of language,” Birkdale put in amusedly.
Joyce of the North Woods Harriet T. Comstock

Kathryn spread them before her and read greedily––not sympathetically––but amusedly.
At the Crossroads Harriet T. Comstock

She smiled at him amusedly, cynically, a wide and frank smile, which irritated him unspeakably.
The Broken Gate Emerson Hough


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