in a Sentence
Definition of Whimsy
the quality of being amazing or fantastic
Examples of Whimsy in a sentence
There is a touch of whimsy to this metal sculpture, a certain magical and inspired aura to it that shows how passionate the artist was.
There is a sense of whimsy when you get to see the Northern Lights for the first time, as the view is so rare and picturesque it almost seems surreal.
I felt a sense of whimsy as we gazed at the stars above us, the hundreds of little lights not diminished by any city lights whatsoever.
I felt a great deal of whimsy when I went scuba diving the first time, as the world beneath the waves was almost completely foreign and magical to me.
Skydiving was an experience filled with whimsy, bringing an exhilarating rush of fun and excitement into my life even if it was only for a few moments.
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