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Meanings and phrases
- the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; humour; sense of humor; sense of humour
- a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter; wit; humour; witticism; wittiness
- a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling; temper; mood; humour
- the quality of being funny; humour
- (Middle Ages) one of the four fluids in the body whose balance was believed to determine your emotional and physical state; humour
- the liquid parts of the body; liquid body substance; bodily fluid; body fluid; humour
- put into a good mood; humour
- the limpid fluid within the eyeball between the cornea and the lens; aqueous humour
- the juxtaposition of morbid and farcical elements (in writing or drama) to give a disturbing effect; black humour
- Mouminoux's comics often include the theme of war and plenty of black humor.
- Holes in the plot were filled in with black humor and allegory, influenced by Sergio Leone.
- The novel holds elements of black humor - a characteristic that Yu Hua typically applies in his other novels such as "To Live."
- a cheerful and agreeable mood; good humour; good temper; amiability
- I apologized, and Rory, with immense good humor said, 'Okay.
- "Tangent Online" considered it to be "a feel-good tale with good humor and heart".
- His article in the North American Review is not good humor, and is very bad politics.
- an angry and disagreeable mood; ill humour; distemper
- the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous; humor; humour; sense of humour
- The picture's chief virtue is its sense of humor."
- Snyder was also known for his wry sense of humor.
- I have a sense of humor; why don't you show that?
- the clear colorless transparent jelly that fills the posterior chamber of the eyeball; vitreous humour; vitreous body
- While at MIT, he was editor of "VooDoo", the student humor magazine.
- Kutty also contributed to Shankar's Weekly, a humor magazine launched in 1948.
- Branscum is featured in issue #2 of print humor magazine The American Bystander.
- There were hints of adult and dark humor in the children's show.
- But I also wanted to have a lot of dark humor sprinkled throughout.
- He also appears to take influences from female wrestlers and warriors along with using dark humor and ero guro themed humor.