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bumper car one of a number of miniature electric cars that are part of an amusement at a fair or carnival. People ride in the cars and try to bump into other cars or escape from being bumped. The cars are designed to be safe and enjoyable for the riders.
cotton candy a candy made of soft, tiny bits of melted sugar spun around a stick or paper cone. Cotton candy looks like a mass of cotton but melts very quickly in one's mouth. Cotton candy is often sold at outdoor events such as fairs or festivals, or at amusement parks.
Ferris wheel a ride at a carnival or amusement park made of a very large upright wheel with seats hanging from the rim. A motor turns the wheel while people sit in the seats.
fun (informal) providing enjoyment or amusement. [1/2 definitions]
funny causing laughter or amusement. [1/2 definitions]
game something done for fun or amusement; play. [1/5 definitions]
laugh to express happiness, amusement, ridicule, or other feelings, by making sounds with the mouth and changing the face to an expression like a smile. [1/3 definitions]
ride a mechanical thing, such as a merry-go-round or roller coaster, that people can ride for fun at a place like a fair or amusement park. [1/5 definitions]
roller coaster an amusement park ride in which a train of open cars rides up and down a winding track.
sport something done for fun or amusement. [1/6 definitions]
trinket an object of small size and value, usually having little purpose other than mild amusement. [1/2 definitions]
twinkle to be bright or shine with enjoyment or amusement. [2/4 definitions]