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Meanings of Humorous:

adjective

Causing laughter and amusement; comic.

Usage examples:

A humorous and entertaining talk

Humorously

ˈhjuːm(ə)rəsli

Meanings of Humorously:

adverb

In a way that causes amusement; comically.

Usage examples:

The novel humorously depicts the feud between two firms

Humors

ˈhjuː.mər

Meanings of Humors:

noun

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.

Usage examples:

His tales are full of humour
verb

A mood or state of mind.

Usage examples:

Her good humour vanished

Meanings of Humorsome:

adjective

Subject to moods or humours; whimsical, capricious; peevish, ill-humoured. compare "humorous".

Meanings of Humorsomely:

adverb

In a humoursome manner; capriciously, fancifully; peevishly. also (in later use): humorously, comically.

Humour

ˈhjuː.mər

Meanings of Humour:

noun

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.

Usage examples:

His tales are full of humour
verb

Comply with the wishes of (someone) in order to keep them content, however unreasonable such wishes might be.

Usage examples:

She was always humouring him to prevent trouble

Humoured

ˈhjuːmə

Meanings of Humoured:

verb

Comply with the wishes of (someone) in order to keep them content, however unreasonable such wishes might be.

Usage examples:

She was always humouring him to prevent trouble
noun

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.

Usage examples:

His tales are full of humour

Humouring

ˈhjuː.mər

Meanings of Humouring:

verb

Comply with the wishes of (someone) in order to keep them content, however unreasonable such wishes might be.

Usage examples:

She was always humouring him to prevent trouble
noun

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.

Usage examples:

His tales are full of humour

Meanings of Humourize:

verb

To make (something) humorous; to cast in an amusing light.

Meanings of Humourless:

adjective

Lacking humour; not able to appreciate or express humour.

Usage examples:

They are such a humourless bunch

Meanings of Humourlessly:

adverb

In a way that lacks humour

Usage examples:

I found his last film to be slow-moving, with characters who were humourlessly drawn., he laughed h…

Humours

ˈhjuː.mər

Meanings of Humours:

noun

The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.

Usage examples:

His tales are full of humour
verb

A mood or state of mind.

Usage examples:

Her good humour vanished

Meanings of Humoursome:

adjective

Subject to moods or humours; whimsical, capricious; peevish, ill-humoured. compare "humorous".

Meanings of Humous:

noun

A thick paste or spread made from ground chickpeas and sesame seeds, olive oil, lemon, and garlic, made originally in the middle east.

Usage examples:

Spread hummus or black bean purée on whole-grain bread slices and sprinkle with crushed tortilla ch…

Hump

hʌmp

Meanings of Hump:

noun

A rounded raised mass of earth or land.

Usage examples:

They sat on a hump of cropped grass
verb

Carry (a heavy object) with difficulty.

Usage examples:

He continued to hump cases up and down the hotel corridor

Humpback

ˌhʌmp.bæk ˈweɪl

Meanings of Humpback:

noun

A baleen whale which has a hump (instead of a dorsal fin) and long white flippers.

Usage examples:

Visitors to the site where a humpback whale beached itself at the weekend were shocked to discover …

Meanings of Humpbacked:

adjective

(of an animal) having a round raised part on its back

Usage examples:

A humpbacked whale

Humpbacks

ˈhʌm(p)bak

Meanings of Humpbacks:

noun

A baleen whale which has a hump (instead of a dorsal fin) and long white flippers.

Usage examples:

Visitors to the site where a humpback whale beached itself at the weekend were shocked to discover …

Humped

hʌmp

Meanings of Humped:

adjective

Having a hump or humps; hump-shaped.

Usage examples:

A breed of humped cattle
verb

Carry (a heavy object) with difficulty.

Usage examples:

He continued to hump cases up and down the hotel corridor

Humph

hʌmf

Meanings of Humph:

exclamation

Used to express slightly scornful doubt or dissatisfaction.

Usage examples:

Humph! i suppose i'd better take him

Humpier

ˈhʌm.pi

Meanings of Humpier:

adjective

Humped in form; having a hump.

Usage examples:

Straddling a sharp turn of the wuyang river, its picturesque jumble of stone and concrete houses li…
noun

A makeshift hut.

Usage examples:

She wept in the tin humpy at the back of the store

Meanings of Humpies:

noun

A makeshift hut.

Usage examples:

She wept in the tin humpy at the back of the store
adjective

Humped in form; having a hump.

Usage examples:

Straddling a sharp turn of the wuyang river, its picturesque jumble of stone and concrete houses li…

Humpiest

ˈhʌm.pi

Meanings of Humpiest:

adjective

Humped in form; having a hump.

Usage examples:

Straddling a sharp turn of the wuyang river, its picturesque jumble of stone and concrete houses li…
noun

A makeshift hut.

Usage examples:

She wept in the tin humpy at the back of the store

Meanings of Humping:

verb

Carry (a heavy object) with difficulty.

Usage examples:

He continued to hump cases up and down the hotel corridor
noun

A rounded raised mass of earth or land.

Usage examples:

They sat on a hump of cropped grass

Humpy

ˈhʌm.pi

Meanings of Humpy:

adjective

Humped in form; having a hump.

Usage examples:

Straddling a sharp turn of the wuyang river, its picturesque jumble of stone and concrete houses li…
noun

A makeshift hut.

Usage examples:

She wept in the tin humpy at the back of the store

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