humorless

[ hyoo-mer or, often, yoo- ]
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMORLESS

A Welsh rabbit, in the speech of the humorless, who point out that it is not a rabbit.

It was a stony smile, humorless as a crevasse in a rock-face.

While this goes on the fool does not cease to interpolate his humorless jokes.

Again that curious, humorless smile flickered about the corners of his mouth.

The captain was grinning, a nasty, evil grin, his eyes hard and humorless as he stood there flanked by three crewmen.

He might have been forty, though the humorless immobility of his face gave him a seeming of greater age.

Eben Tollman used, in his correspondence, a stilted formality which conjured up the portrait of one somewhat staid and humorless.

Besides, his remarkable unselfishness compelled their esteem, a shy vein of innocent, humorless sweetness their affection.

She affirmed it, and Dolores Donet got a tight, little, humorless smile on her face.

D'Ucello smiled at Daoud, a humorless grimace that stretched his thin mustache.

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