humorous

[ hyoo-mer-uhs or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humorous

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The good lady, oblivious to the humorous side of her greeting, flushed in anger.

Because, while you may be humorous, you intend also to be sensible.

The symbol of that influence was that ancient symbol of the humble and humorous—a donkey.

In this poem the rhymes have their share in its humorous charm.

And your allusions to March-cats and March-Khalids are too pitiful to be humorous.

"This is not a humorous affair—" began the congressman, with dignity.

The bitterness of the little man's final curse was not humorous.

“Look here,” said the spy, with a look that was humorous, but not only humorous.

A humorous ballad is usually a thing to be fingered gingerly.

It was a recollection of this that made the present situation so piquant and humorous.

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