What's the difference between amusingly and divertingly?
(1) It was amusing: he's still working away and this picture of him is hanging in a gallery somewhere.
(2) Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver is amusing himself by trying to take a puff of a cigar in his saddle.
(3) Students have been amused by the amount of public response to this action.
(4) But she is determined to reassert her authority and appears not to have been amused by the remark.
(5) In La Shish, the beloved local halal restaurant where Wanda Beydoun has worked a minimum wage managing job for 16 years, these stereotypes are a source of amusement.
(6) In a tent for those recovering, a talkative man wearing a heavy gold chain played up to amused doctors during the lunch break.
(7) Israeli media reports said the rocket came down near an amusement park in sand dunes on the edge of the city.
(8) He tells an amusing story of how exhilarated, if stunned, he was by completing three skeleton runs at Lillehammer.
(9) Tech entrepreneurs will keep expanding into increasingly diverse niches, so it will be amusing to try and pick out the most obscure market being disrupted in 2014.
(10) King notes with some amusement that he has been around so long that kids who read and loved him in the 1970s now run publishing houses and newspapers; he is revered, these days, as a grand old man of American letters.
(11) She added that the superstore would have pulled business from the local high street and brought big lorries and heavy traffic to the site which sits next to Dreamland, Margate’s derelict amusement park which is being revived.
(12) But my amusement should be a problem for movement conservatism.
(13) Facebook Twitter Pinterest We are most amused … The Windsors, starring Harry Enfield and Hadyn Gwynne, centre.
(14) In Brussels, the reaction was more bemusement than amusement.
(15) It’s something that has always baffled and amused me about my grandmother.
(16) It amuses me that he calls his new material "songs" when they are so unsingable.
(17) The joke, the uncontainable amusement, the gleeful satisfaction, was that most rational people had thought that he was too disabled to walk 26 miles, that he was too sick.
(18) The tribunal ruled: "The comment having been made, other people in the room, including other supervisors, laughing and finding it amusing, was inevitably conduct that any gay police officer would reasonably consider … degrading."
(19) "The part in the film is small, I thought it would be amusing.
(20) Now tell us this, Robbie, when you collected your MBE from the queen, did you exchange amusing chitchat with the woman who most of us only ever encounter on stamps?