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Noun
Plural for the quality, fact or aspect of being amusing or funny
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“His was a speech laced with much humor and more than a little self-deprecation.”
Noun
Plural for something said or told that is intended to amuse
“Huck's description of their feud is laced with humor.”
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Plural for a performance intended to amuse or be funny
“Satires and parodies, often synonymous with the performance of humor, demand the manipulation of literary tropes.”
Noun
Plural for a mood, feeling, emotion, or state of mind
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“Goethe, who was in a particularly good humor, jabbed with delight at the more earnest doctrines being advanced by Schiller.”
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Plural for a sudden desire or change of mind
“He knew that he was dying, but he had a sudden humor to spook his killer in dying.”
Noun
Plural for the emotion usually following humor and accompanied by laughter
Noun
Plural for any fluid contained in or excreted or secreted by the body
Noun
Plural for a phenomenon that becomes popular for a very short time
Noun
Plural for the quality or state of having abundant energy or vigor
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Plural for an interest in, or liking for, something
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Plural for activity engaged in for enjoyment and recreation, especially by children
Verb
To indulge, accommodate, or go along with the whims or desires of someone
“I know this is an old chestnut, but for now, please just humor me.”
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To treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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To approve of something, or to allow something to happen
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To make happy or give pleasure to
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To assuage the agitation or anger of (someone)
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To praise or compliment, typically excessively or insincerely
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To act in an obsequious way in order to gain favor or mercy
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To cooperate in continuing a joke, hoax, or similar phenomenon initiated by others
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To observe or comply with
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To take great pleasure or satisfaction in something
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