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Humor

Pronunciation of Humor
/hjˈuːmə/, /hjˈuːmə/, /h_j_ˈuː_m_ə/

Antonyms for humor:

woe, unhappiness, sadness, depression.

Synonyms for humor:

Sense 1

entertain, allow, ludicrousness, humorousness, funniness, zaniness, whimsy, megrim, satisfy, Boutade, farcicality, gallows humor, character, comicalness, indulge, Comicality, comedy of errors, class, accommodate, ridiculousness.

Sense 2

jocosity, jocoseness, feature, disposition.

Sense 3

notion, conceit, cater, bee.

Sense 4

vein, spirit, impulse, freak.

Sense 5

fancy, complexion.

Sense 11

nature.

amuse

entertain.

buffoonery

jesting.

crawl

grovel.

craze

fad.

good humor

happiness, cheerfulness.

grovel

make up to.

indulge

gratify.

mood

state, mood.

pamper

pamper, baby.

pornography

ribaldry.

sense of humour

Sense Of Humour.

spoil

pamper.

temper

temper, frame of mind.

vagary

quirk.

Other synonyms and related words:

climate, freak, ribaldry, witticism, drollery, disposition, cater, supposition, notion, biliousness, temperament, class, mental capacity, vagrancy, mood, toughness, baby, brainpower, facetiousness, imagination, fancy, snappishness, peevishness, Boutade, jest, bee, joke, bodily fluid, predilection, ludicrousness, humour, funniness, frame of mind, Sense Of Humour, jocoseness, kink, zaniness, waggishness, indulge, card, jocosity, body fluid, pleasantry, irritability, mentality, liquid body substance, jesting, wittiness, entertain, irritation, idea, farce, megrim, vein, whimsy, playfulness, grovel, gratify, happiness, sense of humor, mode, quirk, surliness, feather, temper, pamper, fad, waggery, maggot, caprice, humorousness, ridiculousness, complexion, farcicality, cheer, modality, slapstick, nature, impulse, wag, comicalness, allow, satisfy, learning ability, spirit, accommodate, state, vagary, character, conceit, brain, whim, pique, Comicality.

Sense 2 (noun)

pleasantry, joke.

Sense 3 (noun)

happiness, playfulness, comedy of errors.

Sense 4 (noun)

ludicrousness, funniness, ridiculousness, drollery, farcicality, jocosity, jocoseness, humorousness, comicalness, zaniness, Comicality.

Sense 5 (noun)

temperament, nature, disposition, complexion.

Sense 6 (noun)

frame of mind, spirit, vein.

Sense 7 (noun)

freak, Boutade, impulse, notion, whimsy, bee, megrim.

Sense 8 (noun)

cater, gratify, indulge.

amusement (noun)

entertainment, recreation, game, jocularity, merriment, tonic, pleasure, levity, play, refreshment, hilarity, pastime, whimsicality, fun, sport, hobby, diversion, celebration, Divertissement, distraction, relaxation, stimulation, Jolliness, frivolity, amusement.

attribute (noun)

humour.

caprice (noun)

vagary, fad, kink, impulse, freak, mood.

character (noun)

temperament, spirit.

class (noun)

feather.

comedy (noun)

farce, hilarity, drollery, slapstick, drollness, jesting, funniness, jocoseness, humorousness.

communication (noun)

wittiness, witticism, wit, humour.

craze (noun)

fad.

humor (noun)

farce, sense of humor, drollery, liquid body substance, jesting, fancy, jocularity, whim, frame of mind, disposition, jocosity, temper, wit, happiness, fun, body fluid, pleasantry, witticism, quirk, Comicality, wittiness, bee, character, vagary, Sense Of Humour, levity, comicalness, facetiousness, playfulness, conceit, joke, complexion, jocoseness, whimsy, caprice, notion, nature, mood, bodily fluid, vein, jest, amusement, humour.

mood (noun)

frame of mind, disposition.

state of mind (noun)

temper, mood.

wit (noun)

Canniness, brilliance, craftiness, irony, ingeniousness, wit, intellect, scintillation, finesse, comedy, Subtleness, Cunningness, wiliness, slyness, deftness, foxiness, drollness, artfulness, adroitness, scurrility, sharpness, astuteness, resourcefulness, sophistry, shrewdness, quickness, inventiveness, cleverness, facility, trickiness, urbanity.

accommodate (verb)

gratify, indulge, pamper.

baby (verb)

satisfy.

cater (verb)

baby.

communication (verb)

humour.

flatter (verb)

make up to.

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