pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted.
displaying amusement: an amused expression on her face.
aroused to mirth.

Origin of amused

First recorded in 1590–1600; amuse + -ed2
Related formsa·mus·ed·ly [uh-myoo-zid-lee] /əˈmyu zɪd li/, adverbun·a·mused, adjectivewell-a·mused, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for amusedly

Historical Examples of amusedly

  • He was most amusedly anxious to know whether Lydia also was going to heaven.

    The Prisoner

    Alice Brown

  • Tricotrin, indifferent to the hint as to the rebuff, looked at him amusedly.

  • She clasped her knees with her arms and looked at Nick amusedly.


    Edna Ferber

  • "But this war is not conducted along Balkan war lines," K—— said amusedly.

  • Every time they turned, this young woman stared at Honora amusedly.