humour

All Noun
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  • During this period she became very famous because of sense of humour.
  • I think the sun where he was born drew all such humours from him. Cited from Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, Wm. Hazlitt
  • We were both out of humour so that we could not speak.
  • Would you believe that nothing was ever better humoured than the ancient grace? Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole v3, Horace Walpole
  • The fact that both of them still live at home is very important to the humour.
  • I have never known him anything but good-humoured under any conditions. Cited from Letters to His Friends, by Forbes Robinson
  • She spoke about how a sense of humour has helped her in her battle against the disease.
  • I think the sun where he was born Drew all such humours from him. Cited from Othello, by Shakespeare
  • Would you believe that nothing was ever better humoured than the ancient Grace? Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole, Vol. I, by Horace Walpole
  • Black humour among these soldiers has now replaced the enthusiasm of the early days.
  • He felt suddenly very happy and in the best of humours with himself. Cited from Don Orsino, by F. Marion Crawford
  • He was kind with his friends and had an excellent sense of humour.
  • His humour has interests middle-class people and has sold out shows ever since his rise to fame.
  • He called her the best-humoured woman he had ever known.
  • He looked down - he was by her side now - in good-humoured protest. Cited from A Millionaire of Yesterday, E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • I could see that my friend was in the best of humours. Cited from Youth, by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi
  • It was not her self-respect that must be humoured back, but his. Cited from Tommy and Grizel, by J.M. Barrie
  • He was the literary father of what has been called "the university school of humour".
  • The only time he's been good-humoured for four years was the week we were away together. Cited from The Deliverance, by Ellen Glasgow
  • This is the source of much of the humour related to her.
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