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very funny

adjective as in uproarious

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On stage, the smartly suited Mixner was both very funny and very serious, and he cried after confessing the mercy killings.

[Laughs] I was down there watching him for a while—I did a cameo with him at the end of the film—and he was very funny.

When he learned we planned to rise before the sun, he declared ours a “very interesting” and “very funny trek.”

It was very funny, as are all his skirmishes with the rapidly passing parade, but it had a creepy symbolism, too.

Berg: And the idea of a Tom Perkins character crusading for the rights of the rich seems like a very funny idea.

The old sheep walked along quietly; but the lambs jumped and frisked about, and kicked up their heels in a very funny way.

I have just read a very funny article of the "rascal" on Chateaubriand and M. de Marcellus, his critic.

They were very funny, like little toy people, all looking up and pointing at the sky and all shouting at once.

All-of-a-sudden Jehosophat felt very funny near the pit of his stomach.

It was all very funny; years afterwards, when the clouds of tragedy were dispersed, they were able to laugh over the situation.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to very funny, such as: amusing, comical, humorous, funny, and side-splitting.

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