Causing lighthearted laughter and amusement; comic,
Causing lighthearted laughter and amusement; comic
a humorous and entertaining talk
Having or showing a sense of humor
his humorous gray eyes
full of or characterized by humor; "humorous stories"; "humorous cartoons"; "in a humorous vein"
(humorously) in a humorous manner; "Dickens had humorously suggested a special service of intercession at St. Paul's Cathedral"
(humorousness) jocoseness: the trait of merry joking
(humor) put into a good mood
(humor) wit: a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
(humor) the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; "she didn't appreciate my humor"; "you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor"
(humor) temper: a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling; "whether he praised or cursed me depended on his temper at the time"; "he was in a bad humor"
(humor) the quality of being funny; "I fail to see the humor in it"
Humour or humor (see spelling differences) is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement. ...
Full of humor or arousing laughter; funny; Showing humor; witty, jocular; Damp or watery; Capricious; whimsical; moody; subject to bodily humors
(humorously) Said or done in a laughable, amusing or funny way.
(HUMOR) Funny Jokes & Toons 1 2 3 4
(HUMOR) In ancient medicine, one of four body fluids (blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile) that were thought to determine a person's basic constitution and personality.
(HUMOR) a conjunction of incongruous (opposite) situations or images in a surprising manner that evokes amusement. Humor may range from lighthearted and harmless to critical and sarcastic. ...
(Humor) A witty response that makes one laugh but not limited to verbal tendencies. Humor may also exist in action. "It was humorous that Billy painted his friends arm in his sleep." Also tied to the ability to be light hearted, not staunch and not take offense too easily.
(Humor) Comical or funny artwork meant to provoke laughter and amusement, whether satirical, political or just plain whimsical.
(Humor) Fables are a didactic mode of literature; that is their primary purpose is to instruct or guide, not just to entertain. However, fables also afford the reader an opportunity to laugh at human folly especially when they model examples of behaviors to be avoided rather than emulated.
(Humor) Not everyone is funny, but humor can be instilled in someone through practice, and the ability to loosen up and see the different side of things. ...
(Humor) Ronald J. Manheimer, North Carolina Center for Creative Retirement, University of North Carolina at Asheville
(Humor) here refers to books that are still very much in a fantasy or science fiction mindset, but which play with the genre in a tongue-in-cheek fashion.
(humor) HYOOM-er/ Any fluid serving a function within the body.
(humor) the quality that provokes laughter or amusement. Writers create humor through exaggeration, sarcasm, amusing descriptions, irony, and witty dialogue.
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expressions are intended to be funny, for example ankle-biter, lurgy.
"Full of grotesque or odd images" in Samuel Johnson's Dictionary (1773).