Whimsey vs. Whimsy

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  • Whimsey (noun)

    alternative spelling of whimsy

  • Whimsy (noun)

    A quaint and fanciful idea; a whim; playfully odd behaviour.

  • Whimsy (noun)

    An impulsive, illogical or capricious character.

  • Whimsy (noun)

    A whim capstan or vertical drum.

  • Whimsy (noun)

    A jigsaw puzzle piece that has been cut into a recognizable shape, as if on a whim; often the shape is representative of the theme of the image used for the puzzle.

  • Whimsy (verb)

    To fill with whimsies or whims; to make fantastic; to craze.

  • Whimsy (noun)

    playfully quaint or fanciful behaviour or humour

    “the film is an awkward blend of whimsy and moralizing”

  • Whimsy (noun)

    a thing that is fanciful or odd

    “the stone carvings and whimsies”

  • Whimsy (noun)

    a whim

    “a clean slate on which to enter information in the form that suits your whimsy”

Oxford Dictionary

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