amused

[ uh-myoozd ]
/ əˈmyuzd /

adjective

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

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Origin of amused

First recorded in 1590–1600; amuse + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM amused

a·mus·ed·ly [uh-myoo-zid-lee] /əˈmyu zɪd li/, adverbun·a·mused, adjectivewell-a·mused, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for unamused

unamused
/ (ˌʌnəˈmjuːzd) /

adjective

not entertained, diverted, or laughingthey looked on, unamused
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