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    1. It was fun to visit but boring to live in

    2. They are lot's of fun

    3. memories of fun and laughter can’t!

    4. solve problems and that it can be a lot of fun

    5. Most important is to have fun and enjoyment

    6. “That’s no fun,” he replied as he peered into the building

    7. Oh it's not like your spaceship boat down there," she said with awe and pointed with her chin where it rested on the clear water, "but we have fun with that," she pointed at the lake sprite in the cove below

    8. It would ruin the fun for next time,” Silence mocked

    9. Violet being Violet, all she wants to do is smoke and listen to music and make fun of ugly kids

    10. We from Sol are really the brash young punks out looking for trouble aren't we? But this was fun

    11. Very interesting label, fun to read! Dr

    12. He began to think that maybe he wasn't as charming and fun as he once believed and that maybe it was just the alcohol that made him happy

    13. This was not her idea of a fun way to spend the dusk, especially when she imagined the fine cups that would be going around at Kulai's duskmeal while they discussed the upcoming evening's entertainment

    14. Functions, festivals parties are full of love and fun due to large number of participants

    15. ‘It could be fun finding out

    16. ‘It would be more fun if you did it

    17. It is fun clearing up the sitting room of the annexe … I know Stephen said to leave it until we know for definite that Liz is coming, but I had nothing much to do this afternoon and sometimes a good cleaning session is therapeutic

    18. ( intransitive – are having fun) n

    19. They did it because it was fun

    20. She wondered if she was going to talk about the one on the surface, that could be fun

    21. Her eyes were as full of fun as her body was sensuous

    22. Chinese tattoo artists have a lot of fun with uneducated westerners

    23. She still thought Ava was projecting her own thoughts to these dolphins, but she was willing to have some fun with it

    24. fun was done with

    25. She had to admit that while it lasted, life on a pirate ship was a lot more fun

    26. ’ I protested annoyed that they are making fun of me

    27. We come in life so as to perpetuate it, not to have fun

    28. Yesterday, at 2:00 am, I woke up with extra loud folk music in my ears! The duds across the street were having fun once again, right at that time, so I decided to call the police at once

    29. He knew how the cheral code for that behavior worked, that probably took a lot of the fun out of playing with them for him

    30. She had been his second wife and still the most fun till the end

    31. Let her have some real fun

    32. “Nondas told me the guy was making fun of us because we were talking nonsense,” she concluded

    33. Lunch is very light-hearted and great fun

    34. Jimmy suggested he and I should go and sit somewhere else, but the whole incident had spoilt my fun and I was not in the mood for anything like that

    35. Days pass by, without much fun: We have already visited the church of Saint Mavra and enjoyed swimming in Alykes

    36. The city was fun, but having fun here could be exhausting

    37. She may have made fun of this craft, but once she was on it at speed, she was clearly excited

    38. "You have to admit, this is the most fun you've had in a long time

    39. "It was a grand time in my life," he said, thinking especially how much fun it was to found that industry and the study of virtuality

    40. "Adventures aren't that much fun when you're in the middle of them," Desa answered

    41. His face wore a permanent smile, a smile that started in his eyes and spread across the full depth of his features, a smile that warned, a smile that promised destruction once the fun was done with

    42. In the bar, wrapped in the warm embrace of alcohol and the fantastic promise of the boy with the tousled hair and that cheeky smile, she had suddenly felt compelled to decline the offer of more fun

    43. his band! I never had so much fun making “weird sounds” that

    44. my ears, ruining my hands and it was fun, fun, fun… because it

    45. means to have fun again, to be carefree and flow with life, you

    46. "Ghosts, ghouls, voices from the dead, those aren't fun things for me

    47. Vyinga had an iron but had to climb to the driver for change, a couple guys had some fun with that

    48. as much fun in life as you are having… but they are trapped in

    49. of life that makes this so much fun and

    50. Yet again, Kara felt the impact of the massive divide between her culture and that of Earth – something the exploration of the seaside resort had highlighted; the sheer volume of … words failed her … stuff that was on sale in the shops … most of it completely superfluous … badly made, cheap (in every meaning of the word) ornaments of no practical use whatsoever and precious little artistic merit, deliberately manufactured to clutter up somebody’s home … and then there was the food and drink on offer! Everywhere she’d looked there had been foodstuffs on sale and people eating … battered fish, hot savoury smelling sausages, the tart scent of vinegar on chips fresh from the fryers … and ices of every conceivable flavour … and those unbelievable sweets in all shapes and sizes … and, according to Iain, this particular seaside resort was a relatively small one … by the time Iain turned off the motorway at the Taunton interchange, she had concluded that although it had been fun visiting, really, when it came down to it, she preferred her own world

    1. They all funned and ran around, slipping, in the steam

    1. “That thing in the bar - we was just funning with you and Mia

    2. You never knew what his face was doing, and his eyes were always funning you

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    Synonyms for "fun"

    fun merriment playfulness play sport frolic jest trifling

    "fun" definitions

    activities that are enjoyable or amusing

    verbal wit or mockery (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously)

    violent and excited activity

    a disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement