- pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted.
- displaying amusement: an amused expression on her face.
- aroused to mirth.
Origin of amused
Examples from the Web for unamused
Contemporary Examples of unamused
Unamused, the headmaster had destroyed the issue and threatened to bounce Bonzo's creator from school.Doug Kenney: The Odd Comic Genius Behind ‘Animal House’ and National Lampoon
Robert Sam Anson
March 1, 2014
Historical Examples of unamused
Tarling showed his teeth in an unamused grin as the words came to him.The Daffodil Mystery
Katherine was neither preoccupied nor distrait, or unamused even by the small accidents and absurdities of travel.The History of Sir Richard Calmady
Ely the and Morton Haddon got out and, full of perplexity but not unamused, fell to asking questions of their dishevelled friends.The Penalty
The girl was as unamused as he at his certainty that it had something to do with them, or she would not have mentioned it.The Brimming Cup
Dorothy Canfield Fisher
- not entertained, diverted, or laughingthey looked on, unamused