amuse[ uh-myooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF amuse
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMUSE
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.