He had been over the Hall in the course of the morning and whimsically described the family pictures as we walked.
My guardian stopped and looked at him with a whimsical mixture of amusement and indignation in his face.
He had taken two or three undecided turns up and down while uttering these broken sentences, retaining the poker in one hand and rubbing his hair with the other, with a good-natured vexation at once so whimsical and so lovable that I am sure we were more delighted with him than we could possibly have expressed in any words.
"It is pleasant," said Mr. Skimpole, turning his sprightly eyes from one to the other of us, "and it is whimsically interesting to trace peculiarities in families.
He thought about it for a little while with a highly agreeable and whimsical expression of face, then quite gave it up and said in his most engaging manner, "You know what a child I am.
There are no more uses of "whimsical" in the book.
Show samples from other sources
It was an especially whimsical episode of Family Guy.