Related formswhim·si·cal·ly, adverbun·whim·si·cal, adjectiveun·whim·si·cal·ly, adverbun·whim·si·cal·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for whimsical
Bulbous columns, winding staircases, and whimsical bas-reliefs of mythical creatures wrap around the palace.
The actor transformed from a sensual Marilyn Monroe to a whimsical Salvador Dali to a starving migrant mother, seamlessly.
The artists are no stranger to the whimsical and the surreal.
In January, the newly revived Schiaparelli sent out its first couture collection in decades, presenting light, whimsical clothing.What’s Haute, What’s Not: The Meaning of Modern Couture|Liza Foreman|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Or what about if it had a metallic sheen and a whimsical sense of humor?
It was a plain, comfortable place, wainscoted about, with shelves and lockers in the whimsical copy of a vessel's cabin.
When Alice Hegan Rice writes a little book, lovers of whimsical fiction rejoice with open rejoicing.The Honorable Percival|Alice Hegan Rice
He had vainly tried the whimsical experiment of judging of the contents by the sense of touch.Poppea of the Post-Office|Mabel Osgood Wright
Be diffident of whimsical or pleasing ideas, which you are rather apt to be readily seduced by.Dangerous Connections, v. 1, 2, 3, 4|Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
The band was playing selections from Audran's whimsical La Mascotte.The Lure of the Mask|Harold MacGrath