Doctor of Musical Arts.
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
noun See amuse-bouche
pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted. displaying : an amused expression on her face. aroused to mirth. 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 […]
anything that ; pastime; entertainment. the act of . the state of being ; enjoyment. noun something that amuses, such as a game or other pastime a mechanical device used for entertainment, as at a fair the act of amusing or the state or quality of being amused n. c.1600, “diversion of attention,” especially in […]