A whimsical idea or its expression; a caprice.(noun)
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Use "whimsicality" in a sentence
"The reason that so many things don't have that kind of whimsicality to them, especially in movies or in any kind of artwork or writing, is because it's so damn hard to find that."
"She adds, "As the grittiest of the 'Trek's, our show's fabric was interwoven with stories of war, family, loyalty, deception, sexuality, and a dash of whimsicality that both took the edge off and served as a mirror.""
"Paul was alternately drawn to and repelled by her whimsicality and wantonness."