Did you perchance mean amused?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of amuse.
““I’m glad my name amuses you,” I said and we started down the hallway, him wheeling himself alongside me.”
“The name amuses me somewhat, as it sounds similar to the Beach Boys song titled "Kokomo":”
“This is how my brain amuses itself when I’m too sick to read* or do anything else that takes real focus.”
“A smile crosses his lips, just a little; the idea amuses him.”
“But there is another reason this story amuses, which is that we all know that confessing your sins over an iPhone will trivialise the whole thing, just like every other attempt to modernise ancient rituals - online funerals, online weddings and so on.”
“The artifice of operatic expression amuses and sometimes embarrasses her.”
“Maybe it is, and maybe it isn't, but the idea amuses me.”
“But you are exempt from this because it 'amuses' you.”
“The Abramoff thing actually kind of amuses me, though I doubt it will get the play in the heartland that it should.”
“He's also so full of frat-boy bravado and hubris even to this day - after his Russia misadventure - that it kind of amuses me.”
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