amusement · noun /əˈmjuːz.mənt/
B2 U the feeling that you have when something makes you smile or laugh
She looked at him with great amusement.
Carl came last in the race, much to my amusement.
Each ma[de] the other one laugh. We had great fun. [It was] a day with so much amusement, with my best friend John. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)
B2 C or U an enjoyable way of spending your time
I play the piano, but just for my own amusement.
In particular, computer games are a kind of amusement, for them and for everyone. (First Certificate in English; B2; Greek)