Crossword clues for fun
- A blast
- "Are we having ___ yet?"
- Word with house or run
- Pleasure, merriment
- Pleasantly diverting
- Like a barrel of monkeys
- It's had with Dick and Jane
- It can be made or poked
- Grammy-winning "We Are Young" band
- Games' companion
- Gaiety, merriment
- Disneyland experience
- ___ and games
- Word with park or run
- Word that was given in the very first crossword
- Word in a Cyndi Lauper tune title
- When tripled, song involving a T-bird
- When trebled, a Beach Boys hit
- When said three times, a Beach Boys hit
- What homework usually isn't
- Travel, for some
- Said three times, a 1964 Beach Boys hit
- Ridicule, make ... of
- Play purpose
- One-third of a Beach Boys tune
- One-third of a 1964 hit song title
- Like a hobby
- Jolly good time
- Jealousy is all the ___ you think they had: Erica Jong
- Holiday doings
- Hedonist's goal
- Have ___ (enjoy oneself)
- Grammy winners with a period after their name
- Goal of a diversion
- Girls Just Want to Have ____
- Games go-with
- Games companion
- Game tester's work experience, ideally
- First word in the first crossword
- First word across in the world's first crossword (1913)
- First word across in the first-ever crossword (1913) and the first of a dozen appearances of the word in this puzzle's grid, written word search-style (left, right, down, and diagonally) ... Can you f
- First answer in the first-ever published crossword
- Filled-in word in the world's first crossword
- Disneyland promise
- According to Kin Hubbard, it's "like life insurance: the older you get, the more it costs"
- "More ___ than a barrel of monkeys!"
- "If you obey all the rules, you miss all the ___" (quote attributed to Katharine Hepburn)
- "Girls Just Want to Have ---"
- "Girls Just Want to Have ___" (Cyndi Lauper song)
- "Girls Just Want to Have ___" (Cyndi Lauper hit)
- "Girls Just Want to Have ___"
- ''Ain't We Got ___?''
- ___ to be with
- ___ size (like much Halloween candy)
- ___ size (like Halloween candy)
- ___ City (N. Y.)
- With pleasure, organise charity event?
- Race usually for charity
- Lots of laughs
- Kicks, so to speak
- When repeated twice, a 1964 pop hit
- A lark
- It's a pleasure
- Fooling around
- Good times
- When said three times, a 1964 Billboard hit
- When said three times, a 1964 Beach Boys hit
- Carnival's stock-in-trade
- Crosswords, say
- It may be spoiled
- Carnival's promise
- First Across word in the world's first crossword
- Beer and skittles
- Band with the 2012 #1 hit ?We Are Young?
- With 59-Across, race that's not very competitive
- "Sounds dandy!"
- What a buzzkill kills
- Violent and excited activity
- A disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement
- Verbal wit (often at another's expense but not to be taken seriously)
- Activities that are enjoyable or amusing
- What "we got"
- A high old time
- Games' partner
- Kind of house
- N.Y.C. promise
- Game's accompaniment
- "Ain't We Got ___?"
- Word with house or fair
- Endless supply of money for amusement
- Force multinational group to provide entertainment
- Light-hearted pleasure
- Relative extremes of Bognor and Exeter
- When tripled, 1964 Beach Boys hit
- Good time
- Partner of games
- Games partner
- "We Are Young" band nominated for six 2013 Grammys
- A good time
- Partner of "games"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Fun \Fun\, n. [Perh. of Celtic origin; cf. Ir. & Gael. fonn
Sport; merriment; frolicsome amusement. ``Oddity, frolic, and
To make fun of, to hold up to, or turn into, ridicule.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"diversion, amusement, mirthful sport," 1727, earlier "a cheat, trick" (c.1700), from verb fun (1680s) "to cheat, hoax," which is of uncertain origin, probably a variant of Middle English fonnen "befool" (c.1400; see fond). Scantly recorded in 18c. and stigmatized by Johnson as "a low cant word." Older senses are preserved in phrase to make fun of (1737) and funny money "counterfeit bills" (1938, though this use of the word may be more for the sake of the rhyme). See also funny. Fun and games "mirthful carryings-on" is from 1906.
1680s, "to cheat;" 1833 "to make fun, jest, joke," from fun (n.). Related: Funning.
mid-15c., "foolish, silly;" 1846, "enjoyable," from fun (n.).
1 (context informal English) enjoyable, amusing 2 (context informal English) whimsical, flamboyant n. 1 amusement, enjoyment or pleasure 2 playful, often noisy, activity. v
(context colloquial English) To tease, kid, poke fun at, make fun of.
violent and excited activity; "she asked for money and then the fun began"; "they began to fight like fun"
a disposition to find (or make) causes for amusement; "her playfulness surprised me"; "he was fun to be with" [syn: playfulness]
- Cedar Fair Entertainment Company
- Funafuti International Airport
Fun is a 1994 independent drama film starring Alicia Witt and Renée Humphrey, and directed by Rafal Zielinski. Both Witt and Humphrey won a Special Jury Recognition award at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. The film centers on the murder of an elderly woman by two mentally unstable girls. The film is based on a play by James Bosley, which was in turn based on an actual murder that took place in Auburn, California in 1983 by 14-year-old Shirley Wolf and 15-year-old Cindy Collier. The film's title is derived from a diary entry by Wolf, which read: "Today, Cindy and I ran away and killed an old lady. It was lots of fun."
Arthur Boyd Houghton cartoon published by Fun magazine in 1886]] Fun was a Victorian weekly magazine, first published on 21 September 1861. The magazine was founded by the actor and playwright H. J. Byron in competition with Punch magazine.
- Fun, volume 1.↩
Fun generally refers to recreation or entertainment.
Fun may also refer to:
"Fun" is the name of a House/Garage single (and popular club anthem) recorded by Da Mob, an American House music collective that featured producers Erick Morillo, José Nunez, Carlos "DJ Sneak" Sosa, singer/songwriter Karen "Dajae" Gordon (who wrote the single with the trio) and lead vocalist Jocelyn Brown, who chanted the song's main lyrics, "We're gonna have some fun tonight!" throughout the entire song.
The single reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart the week of April 18, 1998 and spent one week there. It is also the first release single from Morillo's Subliminal Records label, which he also launched in 1998. At first, "Fun" was supposed to feature Dajae as the lead vocalist, which drew positive response via test pressings and buzz across the Atlantic, but Dajae refused to sign the contract with Subliminal, and Brown was brought in to re-record the vocals. Brown’s collaboration with Subliminal is known as "Da Mob," but in other countries she is listed alongside the act as the featured singer.
"Fun" is a song by American rapper Pitbull, featuring American singer Chris Brown. The song was released on April 21, 2015 as the fourth single off of Pitbull's eighth studio album Globalization. The song peaked at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Fun" is a song by British alternative rock band Coldplay, featuring Swedish singer Tove Lo. It is the sixth track from their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams (2015). The song was produced by the band's long-time record producer Rik Simpson along with Norwegian production duo Stargate.
Fun (stylized as fun.) is an American indie pop band based in New York City. It was formed by Nate Ruess, former lead singer of The Format, with Andrew Dost of Anathallo and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train. Fun has released two albums: Aim and Ignite in August 2009 and Some Nights in February 2012.
The band is best known for three hit singles from Some Nights: Grammy Award-winning " We Are Young" (featuring Janelle Monáe), " Some Nights", and " Carry On". "We Are Young" reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and Digital Songs charts. It also peaked at number one in the United Kingdom. "Some Nights" was released as the album's second single in June 2012, peaking at number three on the Hot 100 chart and becoming Fun's second Top 10 single, as well as the band's second song to reach platinum status in the United States.
On February 10, 2013, Fun won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist and the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for "We Are Young". Additionally, Fun was a nominee for four other Grammy Awards: Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo or Group Performance (both for "We Are Young") along with Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album (both for Some Nights).
Fun is an album by singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston. It was his first major label release, as well as his only album for Atlantic Records. The album was produced by Butthole Surfers member Paul Leary.
In 1993, Johnston, gaining popularity, was offered a contract under Elektra Records; although a beneficial agreement for Johnston, he refused, since Metallica, a band Johnston believed to be possessed by Satan, was under the label. Johnston, now under the impression that his manager was also possessed by Satan, fired him and continued to look elsewhere for a music label. Johnston signed under Atlantic Records, and released Fun in 1994 while housed in a mental institution. The album was a commercial failure, and in 1996, two years after the release, Johnston was dropped from the Atlantic Records label.
Usage examples of "fun".
They had seemingly endless space on the acreage, and Scott thought it would be fun, and profitable, to build a treehouse in a cluster of evergreens.
He was a playful youngster who often let his adventuresome nature get the better of him, and from time to time his sense of fun took him beyond the limits of good judgment.
Especially Jim Mclnroy, Jim Copeland and Adrienne Airlie unbelievably you make accounting fun!
Halfway through the third Act, Belinda pretended to woo Lackwit, and to allow him to woo her, her true lover, Giovanni Amoroso, being concealed behind a hedge to enjoy the fun.
Perhaps in lands where I am not already known as a figure of fun, an anchoress forever in hiding.
Troy settled at a table in the saloon, finished her drawing and treated it to a lovely blush of aquarelle crayons which she had bought for fun and because they were easy to carry.
For Kenneth, not being more or less above the law like the Duke, or outside it like the Archdeacon, had a distinct feeling that, though it might be good fun to steal your own property under the nose of the police, the police were still likely to maintain an interest in it.
He came over to me on his way back from the buffet, with a glass of freshly squeezed in his hand, as if it had just occurred to him that a chat with the jail-bird might be fun.
And if you wanted to have a little fun with Badger, you would not have disguised yourself and imitated his way of speaking.
She exchanged a twinkly look with Saturn: having a bit of harmless fun baiting the gager.
The children and the parents played all kinds of games, until Blinky disturbed their peace and fun by stumbling over a stone.
Another night shot and no way for him to get back at Madding for bewitching him, or at her little crowd of boho friends for making fun of him every chance they could.
Bing off various parts of the naked body of, and still find pounding beers and doing bongs and lines fun and get to have fun on a nightly after-work basis, cranking the tunes out into the neighborhood air.
Calvin cultivates a few people like Boody because they can always round up some reckless youngsters for fun and games.
I can squeeze out of Bob the Bookie, but it will be fun trying for as long as it lasts.