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Pronunciation:

[hjˈuːmə], [hjˈuːmə], [h_j_ˈuː_m_ə]
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Synonyms for Humor:

amusement (noun) wit (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Humor:

  • hukou,
  • humorour,
  • roumor,
  • humit,
  • himyou,
  • homour,
  • sumor,
  • hoome,
  • humour,
  • himout,
  • murmor,
  • hamour,
  • hunour,
  • houme,
  • hammar,
  • jumior,
  • himto,
  • hummm,
  • homewor,
  • huors,
  • hammor,
  • hummor,
  • houbor,
  • haor,
  • homeor,
  • haome,
  • houor,
  • homoe,
  • turmor,
  • nhumber,
  • hehome,
  • hourbor,
  • humal,
  • humon,
  • humar,
  • hjome,
  • humad,
  • hommor,
  • hydor,
  • himon,
  • haior,
  • hiome,
  • humam,
  • humr,
  • kimor,
  • himor,
  • hunor,
  • hamer,
  • hoursor,
  • humvee,
  • hamartia,
  • nimor,
  • humourse,
  • hummar,
  • humot,
  • hamoge,
  • rmor,
  • houmour,
  • hummour,
  • hecor,
  • femor,
  • hgome,
  • humun,
  • humorly,
  • harmor,
  • pneumo,
  • humours,
  • humter,
  • hohor,
  • themor,
  • houmor,
  • hemay,
  • gimour,
  • himfor,
  • hurmor,
  • hior,
  • humur,
  • homeork,
  • bumoer,
  • hhome,
  • pnumo,
  • humo,
  • toumor,
  • humbe,
  • hounor,
  • homor,
  • humore,
  • humle,
  • hurmour,
  • homnor,
  • humer,
  • hekmer,
  • tummor,
  • hurror,
  • hnor,
  • mumor,
  • humin,
  • humopr,
  • houmer,
  • huor,
  • humem,
  • hamok,
  • hyome,
  • humoe,
  • hvor,
  • hfor,
  • fomor,
  • hermer,
  • himr,
  • hsmo,
  • hormore,
  • hummmm,
  • humos,
  • humger,
  • hunior,
  • hmmmm,
  • humber,
  • huio.

Rhymes for Humor:

  1. bloomer, rumor, roomer, tumor, boomer;
  2. consumer;

Quotes for Humor:

  1. All I know about humor is that I don't know anything about it. Fred Allen.
  2. Once we got over the origin story, we could really delve deeper into their lives and characters and angst. So this movie actually has more heart, more humor Avi Arad.
  3. Negative humor is forgotten immediately. It's the stuff that makes us feel better about our lives that lives long. Much more satisfying. Enter children's books. Berkeley Breathed.

Idioms of Humor:

  1. sense of humor

Adjectives for Humor:

  • characteristic deadpan,
  • weird coastal,
  • speculative good,
  • abrasive good,
  • vital good,
  • vi­sual,
  • inexplicable vi­sual,
  • inexplicable visual,
  • unimpaired bad,
  • bleary good,
  • occasional self-deprecating,
  • chemical,
  • cocky, black,
  • grimly obscene,
  • dry, self-effacing,
  • brittle, caustic,
  • contemptuous, good,
  • boisterous free-wheeling,
  • staid good,
  • slyly malevolent,
  • terminal ill,
  • vile juvenile,
  • easy-going, self-deprecating,
  • mad, swashbuckling,
  • fond, wry,
  • shallow good,
  • nascent ill,
  • un\-intentional,
  • residual good,
  • usual peppy,
  • sick teenage,
  • wry, faint,
  • whimsical grim,
  • earlier perverse,
  • boyish best,
  • approval and faint,
  • occasional, appropriate,
  • crotchety good,
  • tart good,
  • zany good,
  • winsome dark,
  • ponderous avuncular,
  • attractive good,
  • newfound good,
  • platter, good,
  • teasing and good,
  • original ill,
  • sad, sardonic,
  • trans-atlantic good,
  • impertinent good,
  • wry, grim,
  • weak, ironic,
  • gloriously foul,
  • connubial good,
  • feverish good,
  • lunatic good,
  • similar disgruntled,
  • exceptionally appalling,
  • nasty journalistic,
  • wonderful deadpan,
  • polite, sarcastic,
  • bar\-racks-corporal,
  • superior, cruel,
  • charming and lyrical,
  • native wry,
  • typical hardy,
  • harsh straightforward,
  • low sicilian,
  • much interdepartmental,
  • nobly self-deprecating,
  • bright-eyed, impervious,
  • current ill,
  • pleasantly self-deprecating,
  • dry, panicky,
  • jocose good,
  • often wry,
  • often macabre,
  • asinine good,
  • thoroughgoing good,
  • wonderfully ghoulish,
  • unending dry,
  • grim and self-deprecating,
  • giddy, intoxicated,
  • sarcastic good,
  • fine tongue-in-cheek,
  • conspiratorial good,
  • grim and likable,
  • distinctly lecherous,
  • wry, earthy,
  • unconscious anatomical,
  • particularly rosy,
  • ironic racist,
  • darkly ironic,
  • false ironic,
  • foppish, cynical,
  • distant wry,
  • profane bad,
  • subtle sarcastic,
  • vibrant, infectious,
  • victorian metafictional,
  • mild mad,
  • much sunny,
  • edgy good,
  • inscrutable, useless,
  • offbeat and somewhat sarcastic,
  • rowdy good,
  • absent, physical,
  • quirky, wry,
  • tottering good,
  • ungrateful ill,
  • sulky bad,
  • severe or loving,
  • sorrowful, abstruse,
  • exquisite, dry,
  • ready, genuine,
  • burlesque good,
  • fancy and sympathetic,
  • broad, warm-hearted,
  • partiallarly bad,
  • complacent and frivolous,
  • whimsical and naive,
  • famous offbeat,
  • cold, feline,
  • thoroughly giddy,
  • chatty good,
  • was er real,
  • aggressive and satanic,
  • distressing good,
  • racy and genuine,
  • rough, caustic,
  • one-sided splenetic,
  • satirical generous,
  • appreciative good,
  • pitiful passionate,
  • serene, good,
  • open, obvious,
  • new and flippant,
  • own splenetic,
  • bright and infectious,
  • irrepressible natural,
  • bouncy good,
  • vicious good,
  • certain, grim,
  • wry but gentle,
  • fine foul,
  • mutually exasperated,
  • puckish good,
  • palpable good,
  • fond but heavy-handed,
  • easygoing good,
  • counterfeit good,
  • ironical black,
  • volatile good,
  • mirthless good,
  • current black,
  • satiric social,
  • utterly leaden,
  • rapid-fire surreal,
  • self-effacing good,
  • manic good,
  • glib good,
  • odd good,
  • kafkaesque black,
  • spirited good,
  • unusually suggestive,
  • early alliterative,
  • charmingly dark,
  • mightily agreeable,
  • broad uncouth,
  • significant good,
  • feverish and bitter,
  • impregnable good,
  • hopeful good,
  • less rollicking,
  • moody and bitter,
  • unflagging good,
  • quick, ironical,
  • frank companionable,
  • strange, random,
  • grim and eloquent,
  • lusty good,
  • childish, good,
  • sharp, wry,
  • rueful good,
  • old small-town,
  • dangerous good,
  • outright good,
  • subtle good,
  • frail good,
  • suave good,
  • deceptively elfin,
  • usual, sardonic,
  • unflinching good,
  • grim spanish,
  • instantaneous good,
  • tireless good,
  • present ungracious,
  • rough but quiet,
  • brilliant good,
  • pleasant and talkative,
  • delicate and happy,
  • genial pleasant,
  • gloomy and sardonic,
  • present discontented,
  • grim, unconscious,
  • cheerful and loquacious,
  • genial, good,
  • delicious good,
  • subsequent rough,
  • odd and freakish,
  • rich easy,
  • strong migratory,
  • ironic or satiric,
  • strange, macabre,
  • complete ill,
  • old, irresistible,
  • ironical good,
  • old, impatient,
  • wild and capricious,
  • delightfully playful,
  • witty and caustic,
  • professional irish,
  • easy sparkling,
  • quaint, delicate,
  • rather vitriolic,
  • inimitable irish,
  • sudden, sardonic,
  • inevitable good,
  • native, spontaneous,
  • triumphant good,
  • old, quizzical,
  • often welcome,
  • mighty cruel,
  • delightful quiet,
  • brutish good,
  • gentle, self-effacing,
  • mellow good,
  • current foul,
  • breezy good,
  • weary good,
  • vague good,
  • influential short,
  • cheerful busy,
  • grim, sarcastic,
  • anxious good,
  • other sulphurous,
  • strange and merry,
  • quaint good,
  • obstinate good,
  • much unintentional,
  • whimsical and delightful,
  • unaccustomed good,
  • keen and incisive,
  • cold malignant,
  • purely irrelevant,
  • coarse good,
  • unaccountable good,
  • rich comic,
  • fine jovial,
  • dark and malicious,
  • much sardonic,
  • much satiric,
  • rich, imaginative,
  • humane and delicate,
  • indefatigable good,
  • certain dispassionate,
  • sarcastic and bitter,
  • wayward, careless,
  • pleasantly pungent,
  • always genuine,
  • keen western,
  • interesting comic,
  • warm, buoyant,
  • gentle, childish,
  • delicate suggestive,
  • natural ill,
  • keen broad,
  • grim, triumphant,
  • delightful boyish,
  • new and militant,
  • rich rough,
  • pure comic,
  • genial and refined,
  • dark, cynical,
  • same carefree,
  • brisk good,
  • airy good,
  • gentle, comfortable,
  • bitter sardonic,
  • natural hearty,
  • latent good,
  • transparent watery,
  • perfect sweet,
  • sweet earthy,
  • bright and rich,
  • insolent good,
  • queer dry,
  • gay, youthful,
  • incomparable dramatic,
  • usual satirical,
  • vain and prodigal,
  • rather raucous and primitive,
  • synthetic good,
  • self-consciously dry,
  • mostly vegetarian,
  • warm, rueful,
  • dark, self-destructive,
  • dry and deadpan,
  • brash good,
  • boisterous freewheeling,
  • scatterbrained good,
  • usual double-edged,
  • murderously unfunny,
  • such off-color,
  • wicked, sardonic,
  • irreverent good,
  • uncharacteristic dark,
  • slightly ghoulish,
  • sorry, nervous,
  • same vitriolic,
  • offbeat but workable,
  • self-deprecating good,
  • insane and enigmatic,
  • invaluable good,
  • high-spirited good,
  • -utterly savage,
  • rough early-morning,
  • nearly paternal,
  • compelling good,
  • salacious good,
  • loquacious good,
  • such self-deprecating,
  • phony good,
  • clever, wry,
  • ersatz good,
  • quiet, cerebral,
  • devilishly witty,
  • sympathetic easy,
  • satiric good,
  • genial, professional,
  • cynical dry,
  • pervasive, sympathetic,
  • fresh, beguiling,
  • cheerful careless,
  • bitter and flippant,
  • constantly genial and delightful,
  • constantly genial,
  • merry, cynical,
  • unconscious but very grim,
  • unconscious and somewhat gruesome,
  • rough epigrammatic,
  • cordial, good,
  • matinal ill,
  • softer, romantic,
  • rollicking and contagious,
  • political satirical,
  • scarcely delicate,
  • seldom coarse,
  • less ill-timed,
  • rebellious and tumultuous,
  • unconscious and rather pathetic,
  • rough but very real,
  • superb and savage,
  • pleasant or indignant,
  • sharp, sane,
  • bright and even boisterous,
  • satirical, sarcastic,
  • rollicking but delicate,
  • spontaneous, childlike,
  • felicitous good,
  • equally genuine and keen,
  • quiet but caustic,
  • solemn and unconscious,
  • broad eccentric,
  • rich, appropriate,
  • considerable unconscious,
  • impassive good,
  • gay and unruffled,
  • genial and irresistible,
  • somewhat hard and heartless,
  • incomparable buoyant,
  • gallant, amazing,
  • quiet but most delicious,
  • more alphabetical,
  • delightfully sardonic,
  • rough, grotesque,
  • rebellious ill,
  • refractory and scrupulous,
  • kindest and most jovial,
  • sunny, spontaneous,
  • racy, glorious,
  • quaint, unchecked,
  • instantly ill,
  • essentially racy,
  • rich tragic,
  • delicate, incisive,
  • hasty ill,
  • triumphantly victorious,
  • self-sufficient female,
  • sad mutual,
  • beautifully shrill,
  • considerable sulky,
  • hot rabid,
  • forward fiery,
  • uncommonly dreary,
  • common triumphant,
  • peculiarly sour,
  • somewhat savage and cynical,
  • contemplative good,
  • jocose or merry,
  • generous and yet ladylike,
  • peremptory good,
  • customary and charming,
  • sulky ill,
  • cynical, good,
  • philosophical and cynical,
  • popular, dry,
  • ironic musical,
  • shrewd innocent,
  • soft and repentant,
  • masterful good,
  • careless buoyant,
  • obese and humorless,
  • gently trivial,
  • frigid ill,
  • sodden philosophic,
  • illuminating good,
  • obtuse good,
  • sociable and gracious,
  • severely courteous,
  • delicate but veritable,
  • quaint, dry and caustic,
  • fine unobtrusive,
  • rich but broad,
  • confoundedly mischievous,
  • morbid sentimental,
  • discursive, unfixed,
  • flippant, girlish,
  • endless ironic,
  • solemn or angry,
  • gaudy and pleasant,
  • rustic and morose,
  • contentious and passionate,
  • subcynical,
  • rollicking, jubilant,
  • fanciful and playful,
  • cheerful possible,
  • teutonic good,
  • unusually fierce and aggressive,
  • numbing, evil,
  • zeal but little,
  • native sardonic,
  • daring and flippant,
  • rather daring and flippant,
  • eccentric and somewhat lumbering,
  • always genuine and racy,
  • fancy, unexpected,
  • genial and quaint,
  • easiest good,
  • delicate, playful,
  • wholesome, sparkling,
  • gargantuan, macabre,
  • easy, whimsical,
  • lighthearted good,
  • jocular and vivacious,
  • genial spontaneous,
  • infectious, genuine,
  • contagious, hopeful,
  • merry and riotous,
  • evidently adverse,
  • vivacious, colloquial,
  • dry and facetious,
  • peculiarly elated,
  • clean and spirited,
  • mild and even communicative,
  • gloriously dry,
  • whole ill,
  • quiet creative,
  • proper kendal,
  • skeptical satiric,
  • delightfully reminiscent and archaic,
  • delightfully reminiscent,
  • rollicking, grotesque,
  • usual mercurial,
  • fortuitous or gratuitous,
  • intensely unmusical,
  • vivid comic,
  • indigenous satiric,
  • slightly refractory,
  • slow and almost sleepy,
  • unquiet and gloomy,
  • merely ironical,
  • fancy and exuberant,
  • peculiarly shrewd,
  • refined, delicious,
  • eccentric, inimitable,
  • pungent, satirical,
  • broadest and most boisterous,
  • partly cynical,
  • wry and thorny,
  • dry, critical,
  • incongruous, grotesque,
  • jovial and independent,
  • elusive, ethereal,
  • festive teasing,
  • immovable good,
  • even-tempered good,
  • characteristic breezy,
  • unconscious and therefore irresistible,
  • rude and intolerable,
  • savage, mirthless,
  • vile fetid,
  • unconscious topographic,
  • exuberant and natural,
  • grimly emphatic,
  • quaint, satiric,
  • full unconscious,
  • venal and servile,
  • due, ill,
  • hoarse good,
  • normal shy,
  • grim or caustic,
  • often welcome and effective,
  • old-time good,
  • jolly childlike,
  • freakish and terrible,
  • jovial, serene,
  • western cool,
  • caustic, scornful,
  • hilarious creative,
  • unkempt, sarcastic,
  • coarse and shrewd,
  • quaint and fanatical,
  • capricious ill,
  • morbid, clammy,
  • gentle, bitter,
  • caustic black,
  • shocking good,
  • hard, unconquerable,
  • earthy good,
  • sorry good,
  • almost existential,
  • affable good,
  • naughty good,
  • vanishingly faint,
  • brutish servile,
  • effusive good,
  • present malign,
  • thy splenetic,
  • well-nigh omnipresent,
  • brutal good,
  • chipper good,
  • vulgar and grotesque,
  • flaming good,
  • transparent good,
  • delicious buoyant,
  • strong genuine,
  • fine, grim,
  • joyful good,
  • keen, silvery,
  • special ill,
  • happy boisterous,
  • dry whimsical,
  • childish ill,
  • lusty and almost coarse,
  • violent good,
  • queer, pathetic,
  • quaint, genial,
  • rich genuine,
  • fairly cruel,
  • interested good,
  • savage and cynical,
  • caustic, ironical,
  • grim ironical,
  • peculiar caustic,
  • fancy and genial,
  • accidental ill,
  • fictitious good,
  • evasive good,
  • perpetual sharp,
  • gay and pictorial,
  • singularly humane and delicate,
  • gentle and appreciative,
  • gentle and dry,
  • agreeable and playful,
  • irresistibly quaint,
  • witching good,
  • low and malicious,
  • capricious and jealous,
  • prettiest good,
  • previous careless,
  • grim and ghoulish,
  • brave and cynical,
  • artless good,
  • ever-increasing good,
  • admirable terrific,
  • mischievous and sulky,
  • indescribable good,
  • wholesome and clean,
  • austrian good,
  • quaint and natural,
  • fortunate good,
  • delicate and quiet,
  • dry and penetrating,
  • innocently malicious,
  • specious good,
  • specially amiable,
  • shrewd satirical,
  • unaffected, genial,
  • grim, practical,
  • manifestly cheerful,
  • therefore irresistible,
  • uncommonly serene,
  • elemental, fundamental,
  • quiet but delightful,
  • impetuous good,
  • odd, reckless,
  • broad, grotesque,
  • thin, limpid,
  • often caustic,
  • sweet, good-natured,
  • gentle situational,
  • original foul,
  • self-assured good,
  • least, rueful,
  • careless, sardonic,
  • constant irreverent,
  • usual puckish,
  • wry and involuntary,
  • bearish good,
  • refreshing paranormal,
  • frequently devastating,
  • swift unpleasant,
  • impenetrable good,
  • outgoing good,
  • tyrannical and morose,
  • utterly perverse and whimsical,
  • often diffuse and roundabout,
  • native and sparkling,
  • reckless and whimsical,
  • best optimistic,
  • sufficiently unequal,
  • rapacious and litigious,
  • present capricious,
  • ironical and sometimes impatient,
  • rich and sensitive,
  • exceedingly unchristian,
  • beautifully spontaneous,
  • austere and perhaps jealous,
  • heavy and malicious,
  • calm ill,
  • dry irresistible,
  • insistent good,
  • occasional sick,
  • typically flip,
  • barbaric good,
  • uncharacteristic wry,
  • restless and wild,
  • casual, good-natured,
  • rakish good,
  • characteristic wry,
  • blithe good,
  • perverse and whimsical,
  • often diffuse,
  • elastic good,
  • temperate, red,
  • enjoyable good,
  • red and sanguineous,
  • serene and restful,
  • unscrupulous good,
  • deep, ironic,
  • perpetual dry,
  • contemptuous good,
  • characteristic dry,
  • amiable and placid,
  • curious or eccentric,
  • sometimes impatient,
  • playful and wanton,
  • sunny, good,
  • uncharacteristic good,
  • benign good,
  • horrible good,
  • abrupt good,
  • certain angelic,
  • quaint, gentle,
  • sullen ill,
  • chronically bad,
  • perhaps jealous,
  • former playful,
  • feigned good,
  • high bad,
  • free, reckless,
  • weak good,
  • constant dry,
  • continual ill,
  • noisy good,
  • slight good,
  • utterly perverse,
  • candid good,
  • old ill,
  • broad and coarse,
  • usual defensive,
  • perhaps black,
  • shrewd, dry,
  • good and merry,
  • superficial good,
  • exquisite good,
  • same truculent,
  • temporary good,
  • broad good,
  • easy-going good,
  • rarest good,
  • unbroken good,
  • other explicit,
  • boundless good,
  • somewhat wry,
  • dry, grim,
  • continual good,
  • apparently mindless,
  • quaint and delicate,
  • sunny good,
  • frank and careless,
  • brief, hard,
  • gracious good,
  • own sardonic,
  • proverbial good,
  • ribald, bawdy,
  • graceful good,
  • slothful good,
  • intoxicated good,
  • somewhat wry and unexpected,
  • grotesque and eerie,
  • easiest and most jovial,
  • rough realistic,
  • spontaneous, sparkling,
  • bilious and petulant,
  • mellow, unobtrusive,
  • playful and even grotesque,
  • rare, satirical,
  • precious ill,
  • quarrelsome, mucky,
  • quaintly fanciful,
  • slyly malign,
  • agreeable and loquacious,
  • genial, genuine,
  • typical wry,
  • supercilious good,
  • unrestrained good,
  • malignant good,
  • general foul,
  • urbane good,
  • brittle good,
  • gross and cynical,
  • pernicious good,
  • unmoved good,
  • quiet and peculiar,
  • own unkind,
  • unending good,
  • playful good,
  • popular good,
  • stern and somber,
  • relentless good,
  • tranquil good,
  • dry, sad,
  • innate and irrepressible,
  • such skeptical,
  • confident good,
  • usual self-deprecating,
  • unmistakable good,
  • quaint, dry,
  • unconquerable good,
  • gay, playful,
  • intense good,
  • eager good,
  • dry, ironical,
  • rugged good,
  • deliberate good,
  • resolute good,
  • whimsical good,
  • sophisticated technical,
  • partial good,
  • your infernal,
  • full, impudent,
  • offhand good,
  • wry, dark,
  • giddy good,
  • morose and unsocial,
  • transistorial,
  • lazy and original,
  • shrill good,
  • visible mal,
  • lazy and splenetic,
  • deceptive good,
  • gusty good,
  • unmistakable ill,
  • carefree good,
  • dizzy good,
  • insane black,
  • unrelieved good,
  • wide-eyed good,
  • subtle topsy-turvy,
  • charming and sentimental,
  • haughty and irritable,
  • mad, rollicking,
  • childish and delightful,
  • strange whimsical,
  • grim sardonic,
  • reckless good,
  • undiminished good,
  • sour good,
  • typical grim,
  • bland good,
  • irresistible good,
  • utter good,
  • evidently bad,
  • careless, genial,
  • vast good,
  • usual ill,
  • general male,
  • gruff good,
  • wry, bitter,
  • bitter, ironic,
  • unbounded good,
  • foolish good,
  • quaint quiet,
  • certain tolerant,
  • serene good,
  • essential good,
  • troubled and uncertain,
  • old sardonic,
  • true comic,
  • armored good,
  • blustery good,
  • flippant good,
  • languid good,
  • facile good,
  • bitter good,
  • undisturbed good,
  • quaint and dry,
  • profound, pathetic,
  • mad and headstrong,
  • philosophical good,
  • quiet, quaint,
  • placid good,
  • enormous good,
  • recent ill,
  • sturdy good,
  • fine, fearless,
  • innate good,
  • second-degree ironic,
  • tacit good,
  • grimly unconscious,
  • gloriously bad,
  • shrewd good,
  • ironic good,
  • shrewd dry,
  • towering bad,
  • dangerous, destructive,
  • indolent good,
  • perennial good,
  • little metaphysical,
  • unimpaired good,
  • unaffected good,
  • artificial good,
  • robust good,
  • grim, sardonic,
  • rollicking good,
  • native good,
  • bright good,
  • grave good,
  • abundant good,
  • courteous, reliable,
  • bogus good,
  • sadistic good,
  • quaint and sunny,
  • sparkling and genial,
  • inane good,
  • calm and dry,
  • surreal black,
  • indomitable good,
  • old wry,
  • merriest possible,
  • calm good,
  • great ill,
  • high, good,
  • little wry,
  • gravest sweet,
  • indestructible good,
  • same self-deprecating,
  • hollow good,
  • nascent black,
  • open good,
  • amiable good,
  • thoroughly individual,
  • cheery good,
  • truly black,
  • strange good,
  • evident good,
  • noble good,
  • sudden grim,
  • proud good,
  • delicate and playful,
  • hysterical good,
  • unabated good,
  • dark and sardonic,
  • usual irrepressible,
  • cynical good,
  • wild and boundless,
  • more sardonic,
  • vacuous good,
  • dry teasing,
  • wry good,
  • loud good,
  • visible good,
  • complete good,
  • warm good,
  • sudden good,
  • sheer good,
  • quaint native,
  • more-or-less savage,
  • momentary ill,
  • rare colossal,
  • savage good,
  • tolerant good,
  • evident bad,
  • invincible good,
  • little rueful,
  • dry good,
  • raucous good,
  • grim good,
  • tolerably bad,
  • characteristic good,
  • pure good,
  • such playful,
  • remarkable good,
  • dry, unexpected,
  • rough elemental,
  • quaint and gentle,
  • inexhaustible good,
  • mild good,
  • frank good,
  • rough, vigorous,
  • fierce good,
  • jaunty good,
  • contagious good,
  • unruffled good,
  • infectious good,
  • evident ill,
  • genial good,
  • seeming good,
  • inexhaustible quiet,
  • indulgent good,
  • sympathetic good,
  • radiant good,
  • momentary good,
  • charming good,
  • long-suffering good,
  • infinite good,
  • habitual good,
  • hearty good,
  • false good,
  • boisterous good,
  • boyish good,
  • irrepressible good,
  • rough good,
  • perpetual good,
  • jovial good,
  • certain ironic,
  • customary good,
  • entire good,
  • normal good,
  • natural good,
  • keen and malicious,
  • lazy good,
  • sardonic good,
  • genuine good,
  • unusual good,
  • expansive good,
  • cheerful good,
  • highest good,
  • quiet good,
  • greatest good,
  • usual wry,
  • gay good,
  • apparent good,
  • careless good,
  • constant good,
  • utmost good,
  • gentle good,
  • certain grim,
  • easy good,
  • imperturbable good,
  • unfailing good,
  • self-deprecating,
  • rare good,
  • usual good,
  • perfect good,
  • great good,
  • wry,
  • high good.
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