Whim synonyms

wĭm, hwĭm
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An impulse or whim:
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An unpredictable development or change of circumstances:
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The feeling of wanting to have something or wishing that something will happen.
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An impulsive, often illogical turn of mind
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(Obs.) An idea; thought; concept
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(Rare) Critical taste or judgment in art, dress, etc.
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Aqueous humor.
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(Rare) Low spirits; the blues
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An unusual, unexpected, or fanciful idea; a whim.
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(Obs.) Showing wit or fancifulness
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Made only for the sake of argument or faultfinding
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Cantankerous or eccentric
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Created in the fancy; imaginary; not real
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Not believable; implausible; seemingly only possible in fantasy.
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Mischievous; of or befitting an imp.
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(Linguistics) Having descriptive value as opposed to a syntactic category.
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Belonging distinctively or primarily to one person, group, or kind; special or unique:
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Full of mischief; impish
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Playfully mischievous:
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Tending to wander or roam
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A bizarre quality
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Any similar fabulous monster
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A hooklike part or device
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(Math.) The ratio of the distances from any point of a conic section to the focus and to the directrix: the value of this ratio determines the type of conic section (zero = circle, between zero and one = ellipse, one = parabola, more than one = hyperbola)
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Imagination or fancy; esp., wild, visionary fancy
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(Philately) A postage stamp with an error that occurred in the printing or perforation process and is unique to the one stamp
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A sense that something can happen; a notion or expectation:
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(Medicine) A peculiar individual reaction to a generally innocuous substance or factor.
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A particular disposition or bent of mind; bias; tendency
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A wormlike insect larva, as the legless larva of the housefly: often found in decaying matter
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(Gram.) A characteristic of verbs that involves the speaker's attitude toward the action expressed, indicating whether this is regarded as a fact (indicative mood), as a matter of supposition, desire, possibility, etc. (subjunctive mood), or as a command (imperative mood); also, an analytic category based on this characteristic (mood is shown by inflection, as in Latin, or analytically with auxiliaries, as English may, might, should, or by both)
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The state or quality of being odd; queerness; peculiarity; strangeness
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The quality or condition of being peculiar
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An instance of being puckish
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A trifling distinction; quibble
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A sudden sharp turn or twist:
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A point of infinite density and infinitesimal volume, at which space and time become infinitely distorted according to the theory of General Relativity. According to the big bang theory, a gravitational singularity existed at the beginning of the universe. Singularities are also believed to exist at the center of black holes.
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Expectation or conception:
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A kind of pewter of medium hardness
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Something seen by other than normal sight; something perceived in a dream, trance, etc. or supernaturally revealed, as to a prophet
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The quality of being whimsical
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Alternative spelling of whimsy.
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A sudden, impulsive change in the way one thinks or acts; freakish notion; whim
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A social gathering where people combine work, competition, and amusement:
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