humorist[ hyoo-mer-ist or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humorist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMORIST
In the zany we see an example of creation; in the humorist, of transmission.
The crowd shrieked with laughter at Bursley's only humorist.
I had heard him as the humorist on some trivial occasions of debate.
The humorist accepted the substitution as an additional absurdity.
Franklin must also be classed as the first American humorist.
It was first known as Pilsbury; then some humorist dubbed it Fliptown.
He is a humorist to the core, and is here writing dramatically.
De Quincey has been highly praised, both as a humorist and as a logician.
Alf Burnett, the humorist, compared Brownsville to slush ice.
One of the stories which established Max Adeler's reputation as a humorist.