funny

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUNNY

Yet see now, these funny little animals on the surface of the spinning-ball.

It's funny—that's exactly what I told Aunt Cornelia about that—that man.

Let him talk, and hear you laugh when he was funny, and he was satisfied.

Aunt is so funny, not to have guessed who wrote the Star article.

Once she would have thought that that was funny; now it seemed very touching to her.

"You must have thought it funny the first time you saw one," said Dorcas Jane.

Miss Bartlett was pleased to look upon this incident as funny.

Your men were playing a funny game—hare and hounds, it looked like.

Silver, you don't know how funny this master of yours can be!

Marilla Merritt might not see that it was funny, Mrs. Bloodgood mightn't, but it was.

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