noun, plural whim·si·cal·i·ties for 2.
Origin of whimsicality
Examples from the Web for whimsicality
For a moment the whimsicality of it interrupted the current of his feeling.A Little Journey in the World|Charles Dudley Warner
Depressed and intent as he was, the whimsicality of the situation struck him.Their Pilgrimage|Charles Dudley Warner
She gazed at him, and mused on his affection and his whimsicality, and what the two would lead to in connection with her fate.The Folly Of Eustace|Robert S. Hichens
It was not her fault, but the flightiness and whimsicality of Nature which had contrived to make her the belle of the camp.Tropic Days|E. J. Banfield
In his compositions in Grieg-ton Smith has seized the fascinating looseness of the Griegorian tonality and its whimsicality.Contemporary American Composers|Rupert Hughes