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Providing much enjoyment, amusement, or light-hearted pleasure:‘organizers promised a fun-filled day with loads of entertainment for the whole family’
merry, high-spirited, in high spirits, cheerful, cheery, hilarious, gleeful, laughter-filled, jocular, chucklesome, buoyant, carefree, blithe, euphoric, exhilarated, elated, light-hearted, jovial, joyous, fun-filledView synonyms
- ‘Dramatic photos, creative video sequences, and fun-filled Web sites must be included in your total marketing tool kit.’
- ‘School's nearly back in session, and we feel your panic as your fun-filled summer days wind down to zippo.’
- ‘I want my book to be viewed as a fun-filled ride.’
- ‘If you want to make your life more valuable and fun-filled then don't be calculative in each and every single conversation you have with others.’
- ‘The circuit class, where participants alternate machine workouts with treadmill intervals, produces fun-filled, calorie-burning controlled mayhem.’
- ‘Amazing prizes will be raffled throughout the fun-filled night.’
- ‘After a fun-filled day, a nap in the cabin is always a delightfully restful option.’
- ‘We were all recovering from a fun-filled holiday.’
- ‘Here are a few tips on how to have a fun-filled prom night without going too overboard with expenses.’
- ‘This is a fast, friendly, fun-filled show performed by four revved-up singing actors who clearly enjoy every moment of it.’
- ‘On its stronger tracks the vocal harmonies are dangerously infectious, inviting the listener to join in with the fun-filled sing-alongs.’
- ‘We're hoping to capture the essence of our vibrant city in a fun-filled afternoon for all the family.’
- ‘There were over 20 exciting and fun-filled classes being taught at the farm that weekend in fall, with a little something for everyone.’
- ‘The fun-filled cruises are arranged through Mashantucket Travel, offering trips with Norwegian Cruise Lines.’
- ‘Get ready for a fun-filled mystery tour.’
- ‘This trip is for people in their 20s and 30s looking for a fun-filled, high-energy, High Sierra backpack adventure.’
- ‘The sexy singer said she wanted to make sure her children grow up in a fun-filled environment.’
- ‘Given all this, set to an atonal score, the opera hardly carries the promise of a fun-filled night out!’
- ‘It was a fun-filled day jammed with useful information.’
- ‘Horizons offers an action-packed and fun-filled vacation experience for the whole family.’
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