Novels are taken up to amuse the vacant hour—in this consists their use.
This Mr. Fleurant and Mr. Purgon amuse themselves finely with your body.
This was not a great sorrow for Rico,—he knew how to amuse himself.
We amuse him more than the hackneyed comrades he has worn out.
I must now amuse and put her off—at all events for the present.
And Prada, diverted by the meeting, whispered to Pierre: "Wait a bit, he'll amuse us."
It was only natural that a woman should want to amuse herself.
This appeared to amuse Alice, or at least to please her, for she laughed.
We do not desire, I believe, to amuse the grooms and hostlers in the yard with our music.
I wonder what Albert can find to amuse him there; I fear no good.