"No; I dare say not," said Jimmie Dale—and then the whimsicality dropped from him.
The stories are touched with a peculiar delicacy and whimsicality.
In his compositions in Grieg-ton Smith has seized the fascinating looseness of the Griegorian tonality and its whimsicality.
There was a whimsicality about Gower's way of taking this that pleased MacRae.
"Let me think so, whether it be true or not," he implored her, eyes between tenderness and whimsicality intent upon her face.
Here is a whimsicality you would not find, I think, among another people.
His humor and whimsicality, though much less potent, were yet influential.
Its first flush of approval may have been due to a certain element of whimsicality.
The charities of Dr. Parkman wore an aspect, now and then, of whimsicality, and were strangely contrasted with apparent meanness.
She gazed at him, and mused on his affection and his whimsicality, and what the two would lead to in connection with her fate.