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adjective as in funny, happy

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Rob Beyer, the dean of students at Rosslyn, described her as good-humored and adventurous.

Jay-Z is reinvigorated, witty, and good-humored, while West has reeled in some of his id-gone-haywire shtick.

On his way to the stand, a good-humored Berezovsky offered his own chair to the press.

“They had to be good humored, athletic, good looking, charming,” says Monteiro.

Much of the time, she is wonderfully funny about it, and good-humored, the supernatural her accomplice in comic relief.

His attitude became one of good-humored subservience and tacit adoration.

Besides, he had that frank, good-humored expression which always impresses me favorably.

Tom queried, giving this young man, who was in civilian dress, a keen though good-humored look.

His heavy face wore the expression of good-humored power, characteristic of the experienced and successful journalist.

Charnock hesitated about meeting Sadie at breakfast, but found her calm and apparently good-humored.


On this page you'll find 49 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to good-humored, such as: affable, amiable, cheerful, genial, good-natured, and merry.

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