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whimsical
used in Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

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Definition
playful, amusing, or impulsive rather than seriously rational
  • He would be whimsical, generous, mysterious with his money.
    Chapter 8 (47% in)
whimsical = playful
  • It was this woman, whom he would have knocked senseless, who shuffled into the police station and did a little number for the cops—opening herself up wide for their amusement, their pity, their scorn, their mockery, their disbelief, their meanness, their whimsy, their annoyance, their power, their anger, their boredom—whatever would be useful to her and to himself.
    Chapter 9 (78% in)

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