What does whimsical mean? Read below for the definition.
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Part of Speech of whimsical
whimsical is an ADJECTIVE.
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Definition of whimsical
whimsical means: impulsive, unpredictable, illogical, or capricious in character or action (Ex: it was whimsical to jump into the pool fully clothed).
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whimsical means unpredicable in a way that is often interesting or entertaining. For example, the Through the Looking-Glass (popularly known in America as “Alice in Wonderland”) stories could be considered whimsical because the characters and events of the stories are so unusual. To name one: there’s the Cheshire Cat, who slowly disappears almost entirely except for its grin.
Example of whimsical
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