are just oddly
for their amusing
appearance, often because
a body part such as the buttocks...
- this sense
Pope's 1727 essay
"Peri Bathous", to describe
an amusingly failed attempt
at presenting artistic
greatness. Today, bathos
a miniature comic
opera. In a satirical
commentary, the cantata amusingly tells
of an addiction
to coffee. Bach regularly directed
Jean Manse. So attentive
was he to his wife that his mother-in-law amusingly referred
to him as Fernand
d'elle ("Fernand of her"). In 1930, Fernandel...
- decency." In The New York Times, Manohla Dargis described
the film as "an amusingly
has gone back to basics, "with a stripped-down...
2007. Hornaday, Ann (17 May 2002). "'About a Boy': A Rake's Amusingly
Slow Progress". The Washington
Post. p. C01. Retrieved
1979/80" uefa.com". 'Italian newspaper
La Gazzetta dello Sport amusingly summed
up the event
that "Forest showed
impulses—humanizing their immature subjects
them die amusingly
****ic deaths." Variety's Owen Gleiberman called
it a "scare-free horror...
(1988). In this role, critic Janet Maslin called
him a "large and amusingly sullen
graduation, Henry's next widely
Joan Wilder, "Turner knows
how to use her dimples amusingly
and how to dance
like a woman
who didn't know she could; her star performance...