whimsically

[ hwim-zi-kuh l, wim- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whimsically

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When one spoonful had gone down his neck, he smiled up at her whimsically.

“You give me credit for quite a few things, sheriff,” said Rathburn whimsically.

“Well, you must admit that it would help some,” she said whimsically.

"You come wonderfully close on my Frankfort story," said M'Iver, whimsically.

"We were lucky," said Orville Wright, whimsically, on Monday.

From his mother, too, he inherited his whimsically gay vision of life.

He was whimsically resigned to his temperament, but the mischief had not touched his brain.

"I can feel it," said Wetter, in a whimsically puzzled tone.

(Whimsically) And you will tell him you have made me a—er—what is it?

“Girls have changed—not a doubt about it,” she thought, whimsically.

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whimsy

nounquaint or fanciful quality or humor
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