Characteristic of false pride; having an exaggerated sense of self-importance; SYN. egotistic, egotistical, self-conceited, swollen, swollen-headed, vain.
delicious / dəlɪʃəs /
ETYM Old Fren. delicieus, French délicieux, Latin deliciosus, from deliciae delight, from delicere to allure. Related to Delight.
1. Affording exquisite pleasure; delightful; most sweet or grateful to the senses, especially to the taste; charming.
2. Addicted to pleasure; seeking enjoyment; luxurious; effeminate.
diverting / daɪvɝːtɪŋ /
Providing amusement or entertainment
droll / droʊl /
Comical in an odd or whimsical manner
Having a humorous, whimsical, or odd quality
entertaining / entərteɪnɪŋ /
Agreeably diverting or amusing.
good value / ˈɡʊd ˈvæljuː /
playful / pleɪfəl /
1. Full of fun and high spirits
2. Humorous, jocular
quaint / kweɪnt /
ETYM Old Eng. queint, queynte, coint, prudent, wise, cunning, pretty, odd, Old Fren. cointe cultivated, amiable, agreeable, neat, from Latin cognitus known, p. p. of cognoscere to know; con + noscere (for gnoscere) to know. Related to Know, Acquaint, Cognition.
1. Strange in an interesting or pleasing way.
2. Very strange or unusual; odd or even incongruous in character or appearance.
sportful / spɔːtfʊl /
1. Productive of sport or amusement; entertaining, diverting; playful, frolicsome
2. Done in sport