Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He did not browbeat witnesses, but kept them comfortable and good humored.

The majority of them had the shrewd and good humored Celtic face.

Tod came in, good humored as usual, and with a broad grin on his face.

"That train does not stop here, sir," was the good humored answer.

He had a pleasant face, rough but good humored, and the lad took to him instinctively.

Always a good–humored cynic, he was now perilously near the less tolerable condition of cynicism without good humor.

He was a fine, manly little fellow, well mannered and good humored, who had only one bad fault.

Right now at more than seventy-nine, she is spry and jaunty and witty and good humored.

The utmost good feeling prevailed, and every day they were induced to some games of sport to keep them good humored.

"Glad you're good humored about it, Steele," he cried with an immediate tone of comradeship.