- 美[ˈhwɪmzɪkəl, ˈwɪm-]
- adj.异想天开的; 反复无常的; 古怪的，奇形怪状的
- 副词: whimsically;
The butt of whimsical persecution.
Then I will imitate the fantastic ways of whimsical ladies to their lovers.
Welcome to Wandering Willows, a whimsical world full of wondrous wildlife and engaging quests.
Mr. Sottsass was known for his playfulness and wit as well as his whimsical ornamentation.
A shifting flock of flamingos assumes a whimsical shape in the Gulf of Mexico.
He has a whimsical sense of humor.
It's only a whimsical story for children.
Music A usually short, whimsical composition especially for the piano that features many embellished passages.
He recollected Cronshaw's whimsical metaphor of the Persian carpet.
It may vary in mood from the whimsical even playfull, to the tragic and passionate.
Cutting deals with whimsical governments is par for the course for oil companies.
Wafted about on a whimsical wind, they fluttered around for a long time.
Work on having a playful, whimsical attitude towards life.
This was really a whimsical thought, and I reproved myself often for the simplicity of it.
Judges'Comments : This simple and effective composition helped capture a whimsical moment.
Board a honey pot and join Pooh a whimsical storybook journey through the Hundred Acre Wood.
Perhaps the lastest implication is " unusual " or " whimsical ".
也许,它的最新含义是 “ 不同于一般的 ” 或 “ 异想天开的 ”.
Sometimes my goal has been whimsical in the extreme.
But at more than 400 pages, plus 60 more of dense footnotes, the book is too whimsical interjects.
Bright and hopeful a whimsical blend of sparkling grapefruit, orange flower and cashmere woods.
Selected as representative of new words, often whimsical and clever, emerging from new technology.
因具新字词代表性而入选, 此类新字往往异想天开而巧妙, 源于新科技.
Two tone upholstery with contrasting arms and base gives the chair a whimsical touch.
Love is whimsical and temperamental.
He greeted me with one of his whimsical smiles.
A quavering voice, a whimsical mind.
His graphic art became slighter and more whimsical.
to have a whimsical sense of humour
McGrath remembers his offbeat sense of humor, his whimsical side.
1. determined by chance or impulse or whim rather than by necessity or reason;
"a capricious refusal"
"authoritarian rulers are frequently capricious"
"the victim of whimsical persecutions"