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Pronunciation:

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

humour (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Humour:

  • hukou,
  • humorour,
  • himyou,
  • turmour,
  • homour,
  • sumor,
  • humour,
  • himout,
  • 240hour,
  • hamour,
  • hunour,
  • 20hour,
  • rumour,
  • jumior,
  • hummm,
  • hammor,
  • hummor,
  • tumour,
  • homeor,
  • hummous,
  • hoour,
  • humon,
  • hemium,
  • 24hour,
  • humar,
  • hommor,
  • humeous,
  • himor,
  • 3hour,
  • hunor,
  • roumour,
  • humvee,
  • 1hour,
  • humourse,
  • hummar,
  • humot,
  • hamoge,
  • houmour,
  • hummour,
  • horrour,
  • humun,
  • humorly,
  • harmor,
  • humours,
  • humter,
  • houmor,
  • gimour,
  • himfor,
  • hurmor,
  • demour,
  • howyour,
  • humur,
  • 2hour,
  • hounour,
  • symour,
  • homor,
  • humore,
  • hurmour,
  • homnor,
  • humer,
  • humous,
  • humuid,
  • homoeaul,
  • 7hour,
  • mumor,
  • humopr,
  • mumur,
  • houmer,
  • huor,
  • humoe,
  • hummmm,
  • humger,
  • humber,
  • hommuch.

Quotes for Humour:

  1. Apparently, I have a totally different sense of humour Andrew Eldritch.
  2. Well, he doesn't make me laugh. I think I've got a fair sense of humour but I can't really see it in him. I've listened to his show on the radio on a Saturday morning, and that's a load of mince as well. Ian St. John.
  3. Humour is a great vehicle for getting a message across. If you get too serious, you could die of starch. Cyndi Lauper.

Idioms of Humour:

  1. gallows humour
  2. schoolboy humour
  3. sarcasm is the lowest form of wit/ humour

Adjectives for Humour:

  • deeply inappropriate,
  • beatific good,
  • deadpan macho,
  • contentious good,
  • big salutary,
  • infinite wry,
  • vacant good,
  • unspoiled good,
  • quiet tolerant,
  • unappreciated black,
  • affectionate, reckless,
  • idiot good,
  • luxurious good,
  • lewd good,
  • usual vitriolic,
  • ribald, high,
  • occasional unassuming,
  • cheap binary,
  • reckless, bitter,
  • much-needed escapist,
  • exquisitely whimsical,
  • sardonic and intelligent,
  • perchance unconscious,
  • infuriating good,
  • unyielding good,
  • angry good,
  • pervasive good,
  • reflective private,
  • shocking ill,
  • original demoniacal,
  • earthly thick,
  • fond and good,
  • grave sardonic,
  • stormy good,
  • bright boisterous,
  • quizzical and happy,
  • quaintly quizzical and happy,
  • quaintly quizzical,
  • singularly caustic and sardonic,
  • much irrepressible,
  • sly childlike,
  • original, quaint,
  • irish and western,
  • gay and very talkative,
  • excessive gay,
  • caustic and satirical,
  • ol endless,
  • specially mischievous,
  • unchanged good,
  • waspish, ill,
  • nice and cold,
  • rough and cheerful,
  • cheery and sympathetic,
  • imperturbable grim,
  • true satirical,
  • quaint and cynical,
  • excellent and communicative,
  • perfectly frank and humane,
  • sour and unsocial,
  • philosophically accurate,
  • perplexed and moody,
  • eloquent or seditious,
  • natural talkative,
  • unpretentious, boyish,
  • callously cynical,
  • indestructible good,
  • fatuous good,
  • irrepressible celtic,
  • habitual dry,
  • clever, familiar,
  • cynical black,
  • rough familiar,
  • mirthless good,
  • volatile good,
  • inappropriate good,
  • cosmic black,
  • rude and giddy,
  • pristine good,
  • infinite dry,
  • caustic and sardonic,
  • singularly caustic,
  • real racy,
  • quaint nautical,
  • correspondingly bad,
  • rich, racy,
  • remorseless good,
  • warm prolific,
  • singularly humane and delicate,
  • strange and sordid,
  • quaint pathetic,
  • evasive good,
  • fond good,
  • typical cruel,
  • spurious good,
  • sometimes sour,
  • awful female,
  • raw dark,
  • indulgent good,
  • suave good,
  • new malignant,
  • rich, exuberant,
  • light-hearted good,
  • unflinching good,
  • infernal irish,
  • satirical good,
  • direct, outspoken,
  • infallible barbed,
  • festive good,
  • gigantic good,
  • excessively gay,
  • genuine and grotesque,
  • imperious fantastic,
  • childishly quaint and innocent,
  • childishly quaint,
  • mock-cynical,
  • broad and fresh,
  • grim bucolic,
  • unusually domestic,
  • irresponsible and whimsical,
  • dry and somewhat ponderous,
  • wayward and sarcastic,
  • vain or fantastic,
  • rich triumphant,
  • occasionally madcap,
  • cynical and occasionally madcap,
  • customary morose,
  • playful and racy,
  • drily sardonic,
  • grotesque good,
  • strangely indulgent,
  • baffling good,
  • exterior and crusty,
  • gaily self-confident,
  • sour or irritable,
  • sober and very different,
  • natural dull,
  • open and gay,
  • perspiring bad,
  • stoical meditative,
  • sour inflammatory,
  • subtle and half-conscious,
  • smashing, dry,
  • inimitable and sunny,
  • bright and spontaneous,
  • fancy, genial,
  • grave, genuine,
  • cynical celtic,
  • vivacious and robust,
  • good, open-handed,
  • concise, active,
  • hungry, satanic,
  • junior journalistic,
  • symmetrical, impatient,
  • whimsical and piquant,
  • whimsical, puckish,
  • ill-timed good,
  • shy intelligent,
  • brisk and impetuous,
  • endearing good,
  • pathetic or maudlin,
  • full-bodied good,
  • mighty romantick,
  • recondite and fantastic,
  • arch-critical,
  • drily incisive,
  • whimsical and gentle,
  • quiet and somewhat dry,
  • broad and emphatic,
  • quiet, racy,
  • discontented, moody,
  • quaint, insolent,
  • saucy, healthy,
  • facetious and unlucky,
  • rugged and self-conceited,
  • thy self-seeking,
  • venial native,
  • boisterous sardonic,
  • pungent semi-satirical,
  • shrewd, gross,
  • uncomfortable and contradictory,
  • curiously uncomfortable and contradictory,
  • probably ill,
  • hearty and radiant,
  • purely genial and jocose,
  • rich and epigrammatic,
  • volatile and fickle,
  • quaint, satirical,
  • rude and sometimes grim,
  • grim and truthful,
  • hopeless good,
  • meek and malicious,
  • hearty, jocose,
  • boisterous, mischievous,
  • abundant playful,
  • rosy and juicy,
  • profane and indelicate,
  • fullest good,
  • still morose and gloomy,
  • still morose,
  • dry common-sense,
  • violent and truculent,
  • singular broad,
  • genuine irresistible,
  • excellent, polite,
  • contradictory, fractious,
  • ready and careless,
  • quarrelsome and mischievous,
  • excellent and possible,
  • grotesque and inexhaustible,
  • pleasantly boisterous,
  • uncertain and rather wistful,
  • sad and tolerant,
  • blithe and spirited,
  • sly caustic,
  • dreamy, heedless,
  • cynical but always good-natured,
  • final cynical,
  • highest and most mischievous,
  • restive and republican,
  • indignant, good,
  • therefore severe and exacting,
  • usually rollicking,
  • delightful sarcastic,
  • characteristic puckish,
  • jovial, bitter,
  • puckish, ironic,
  • penetrating and sarcastic,
  • common-sense and bright,
  • genuine and refined,
  • indolent, indulgent,
  • slow whimsical,
  • subtle serious,
  • fanciful and inventive,
  • casual cursory,
  • quaint and spontaneous,
  • grim, characteristic,
  • french, actual,
  • horrible and sardonic,
  • free and ungoverned,
  • literally inimitable,
  • sympathetic and ironical,
  • illogical good,
  • quaint and jealous,
  • quiet and rather cheery,
  • gross realistic,
  • lazy, defiant,
  • dry and perfectly natural,
  • quiet, satirical,
  • better and perhaps wiser,
  • daring and grim,
  • grotesque and irrelevant,
  • absent-minded good,
  • infinite inventive,
  • ponderous good,
  • merry and whimsical,
  • unconscious and sinister,
  • outrageous, reckless,
  • facetious or sarcastic,
  • certain ebullient,
  • quaint, uncouth,
  • genial and unobtrusive,
  • thy volatile,
  • genial quaint,
  • unlimited coarse,
  • richest grotesque,
  • windy sour,
  • playful and reverent,
  • quiet, caustic,
  • sober and pathetic,
  • genuine genial,
  • certain schoolgirlish,
  • genial cheerful,
  • plucky, defiant,
  • white and somewhat yellowish,
  • loose-jointed, adventitious,
  • pure ironical,
  • lightest and wildest,
  • particularly captious,
  • broad and farcical,
  • care-free good,
  • cheery military,
  • jealous ill,
  • grim sarcastic,
  • genuine quiet,
  • ripe, old-fashioned,
  • gracious, amenable,
  • highly flirtatious,
  • banal good,
  • romantical good,
  • fantastic and boisterous,
  • unfettered and original,
  • abundant comic,
  • epicurean good,
  • present hilarious,
  • thinly sarcastic,
  • inimitable broad,
  • peculiarly savage and sarcastic,
  • bitter, freakish,
  • rich, genial,
  • plaintive whimsical,
  • former satirical,
  • briefest, sincerest,
  • unchecked ill,
  • bilious ill,
  • absolute comic,
  • quaint and tolerant,
  • paradoxical and querulous,
  • lethargic and pessimistic,
  • shrewd, irresistible,
  • fancy, exquisite,
  • fourth georgian,
  • ironic editorial,
  • unfailing and imperturbable,
  • sly quiet,
  • less apostolic,
  • complacent, vain,
  • open, social and cheerful,
  • irritating sharp,
  • unintentional and latent,
  • furious bad,
  • pale but very genuine,
  • playful and good-natured,
  • altogether playful and good-natured,
  • altogether playful,
  • somewhat slow and sullen,
  • australian good,
  • consumedly bad,
  • morbid, ironical,
  • merriest and most rollicking,
  • grim and satiric,
  • essentially new and breezy,
  • fancy and irresistible,
  • reckless and freakish,
  • present buoyant,
  • languid but trenchant,
  • rich rustic,
  • airily mischievous,
  • characteristic belgian,
  • genuine but simple,
  • free and communicative,
  • dangerous and convincing,
  • facile and sanguine,
  • thoroughly blithe,
  • ungovernably eccentric,
  • odd or unaccountable,
  • dry and suggestive,
  • gentle, naive,
  • shrewd satiric,
  • narrator universal,
  • savage and naive,
  • naively comic,
  • fresh and hilarious,
  • wayward generous,
  • profoundly balanced,
  • compassionate good,
  • quiet but true,
  • thy testy,
  • genial and unconventional,
  • quaint, genial and unconventional,
  • grave and somewhat discontented,
  • grudging and open,
  • prodigious comic,
  • rough but not ungenial,
  • grim and characteristic,
  • ungrateful sullen,
  • fantastic fickle,
  • present amorous,
  • generous conscientious,
  • mutual ill,
  • present splenetic,
  • sly irish,
  • unmoved good,
  • irritating good,
  • uncommon ill,
  • unexpected dry,
  • thoroughly ill,
  • wistful good,
  • avuncular good,
  • quaint and innocent,
  • caustic, ironical,
  • gay facetious,
  • temperate, red,
  • sarcastic, satirical,
  • popular ill,
  • common-sense, quiet,
  • former sardonic,
  • sombre and meditative,
  • sour uncertain,
  • also irresistible,
  • steady and perpetual,
  • good agreeable,
  • mere quaint,
  • gay and pictorial,
  • proud and absolute,
  • finest good,
  • dry and unpleasant,
  • nonchalant good,
  • good joyous,
  • fancy and brilliant,
  • inordinate good,
  • faint, conscious,
  • brilliant, active,
  • fine grotesque,
  • subtle and caustic,
  • inexplicably sad,
  • broad and subtle,
  • abstruse philosophic,
  • truly shakespearean,
  • extravagant and spurious,
  • whimsical, personal,
  • additional ill,
  • exquisite and exact,
  • shrewd, quaint,
  • urbane good,
  • cheerful and well-balanced,
  • subtle topsy-turvy,
  • present malign,
  • detestable bad,
  • scornful, rhetorical,
  • genuinely explosive,
  • odious western,
  • therefore severe,
  • own burlesque,
  • violent ill,
  • subtle and delightful,
  • fancy and genial,
  • hypocritical good,
  • strong and caustic,
  • less unrestrained,
  • deferential good,
  • broadest irish,
  • same racy,
  • rare and agreeable,
  • own autumnal,
  • quietly ironic,
  • distinctly sarcastic,
  • glad and comfortable,
  • genial racy,
  • brutal good,
  • broad rough-and-tumble,
  • fancy and charming,
  • uncomplaining good,
  • quaint, subtle,
  • lusty and almost coarse,
  • gargantuan good,
  • strong gross,
  • convivial good,
  • curious cynical,
  • mere acrobatic,
  • broad, unequivocal,
  • quaint and grim,
  • preposterous good,
  • ancient satiric,
  • delightfully genial,
  • conventional comic,
  • perplexed good,
  • considerable true,
  • juvenile good,
  • foreign pictorial,
  • mere headstrong,
  • acrid sharp,
  • unusually vivacious,
  • helpless good,
  • pleasant, saucy,
  • characteristically caustic,
  • burlesque melodramatic,
  • approval and good,
  • idle good,
  • grotesquely incongruous,
  • amiable and condescending,
  • reckless, quarrelsome,
  • never intrusive,
  • truest, sincerest,
  • admirable terrific,
  • mischievous and sulky,
  • wayward imperial,
  • always joyful,
  • gay, malicious,
  • sleek good,
  • ironic good,
  • dry, lazy,
  • artless german,
  • jaunty good,
  • dry quaint,
  • frank and persuasive,
  • sullen suspicious,
  • unfathomable good,
  • robust masculine,
  • wide good,
  • vast ironic,
  • rare and quaint,
  • odd, cynical,
  • shrewd and sarcastic,
  • dry and pleasant,
  • maliciously perverse,
  • purely genial,
  • dull and bitter,
  • little farcical,
  • unshakable good,
  • complacent good,
  • curious and ironic,
  • grim tragic,
  • same madcap,
  • unexpected and pleasing,
  • quaint, delicate,
  • latent irish,
  • thick gross,
  • present after-dinner,
  • manifest ill,
  • much aqueous,
  • explosive good,
  • vain ostentatious,
  • rather cheery,
  • rare jovial,
  • wonderfully infectious,
  • high youthful,
  • pure broad,
  • peculiar sarcastic,
  • wry good,
  • playful and wanton,
  • wonderful dry,
  • genuine rustic,
  • coarse natural,
  • boisterous irish,
  • thoroughly joyous,
  • shrewd good,
  • complete ill,
  • quaint, irish,
  • playful good,
  • essentially new,
  • keen and caustic,
  • sweetest good,
  • paternal good,
  • brutish good,
  • elegant good,
  • unspeakable good,
  • reluctant good,
  • bland good,
  • careless gay,
  • own demure,
  • happy playful,
  • genial and genuine,
  • foreign local,
  • gentle, whimsical,
  • fancy and delicate,
  • delightfully irresponsible,
  • angry and vicious,
  • heartiest good,
  • traditional communal,
  • curiously uncomfortable,
  • pleasant companionable,
  • confident good,
  • abrupt good,
  • subtle pervasive,
  • thy lavish,
  • more antic,
  • merry and thoughtless,
  • lavish good,
  • more mettlesome,
  • rich comic,
  • late belligerent,
  • bitingly sarcastic,
  • somewhat yellowish,
  • palpably bad,
  • guileless good,
  • black and portentous,
  • careless and cheerful,
  • savage and sarcastic,
  • peculiar and quaint,
  • usual unconscious,
  • bright and wild,
  • grim, ironic,
  • quiet irresistible,
  • unabashed good,
  • social and cheerful,
  • sparkling good,
  • well-meaning good,
  • poor unprofitable,
  • slightly grim,
  • dry and subtle,
  • natural dry,
  • vain, trifling,
  • bold good,
  • undiminished good,
  • much spirited,
  • angry, despairing,
  • constitutional good,
  • keen dry,
  • strange paradoxical,
  • real merry,
  • shrewd and ready,
  • present gentle,
  • insolent good,
  • merry and good,
  • placid and agreeable,
  • casual and accidental,
  • vigorous good,
  • quiet, ironic,
  • queer dry,
  • superb good,
  • bitter sardonic,
  • thy headstrong,
  • listless, lazy,
  • doubtful good,
  • quiet cheerful,
  • genial and gentle,
  • morose, sullen,
  • obliging good,
  • easy and inglorious,
  • unalterable good,
  • genial and warm-hearted,
  • first-rate good,
  • stolid good,
  • dry, good,
  • exceptionally cheerful,
  • enough subtle,
  • astonishingly mild,
  • fundamental good,
  • troubled thy,
  • serious and quiet,
  • sudden wry,
  • sudden real,
  • more intentional,
  • same depraved,
  • odd british,
  • much caustic,
  • pleasant and facetious,
  • naive and charming,
  • broader and stronger,
  • gentle and tranquil,
  • certain caustic,
  • certain ready,
  • shy, solitary,
  • grim military,
  • placid good,
  • hospitable good,
  • racy irish,
  • quite irresponsible,
  • phlegmatical,
  • sudden ill,
  • strange, intriguing,
  • strong irregular,
  • own satirical,
  • irish good,
  • small comic,
  • jealous and malignant,
  • considerable incidental,
  • dry and sarcastic,
  • quiet dry,
  • glad good,
  • fat and good,
  • sour and sturdy,
  • sarcastic and unbridled,
  • scornful good,
  • wry, good,
  • gentle ever-present,
  • shrewd judicial,
  • chimerical groundless,
  • urbane and genial,
  • vile contradictory,
  • delightful, unexpected,
  • shrewd victorian,
  • cheerful, facile,
  • jealous and grim,
  • pleasant and expansive,
  • exuberant and extravagant,
  • broad and keen,
  • merry but extravagant,
  • trite inventive,
  • fancy and corrupt,
  • ancient and broad,
  • ready, whimsical,
  • refined but sometimes caustic,
  • incurable cancerous,
  • delightful broad,
  • artless sweet,
  • extravagant and profuse,
  • haughty, extravagant and profuse,
  • vast ill,
  • offensive, sour,
  • visual good,
  • recondite, far-away,
  • grimly grotesque,
  • quarrelsome, volcanic,
  • gay and contrary,
  • fairest good,
  • shy, whimsical,
  • audible good,
  • unceasing good,
  • peculiarly depressed,
  • naturally sarcastic,
  • lively fancy and quaint,
  • exterior and impatient,
  • sweet and slimy,
  • fancy and grim,
  • morose, fanatical,
  • unconcerned good,
  • saucy good,
  • delightful ill,
  • sweet sane,
  • loquacious crotchety,
  • desultory, erratic,
  • remarkable gay,
  • mischievous good,
  • viscous and clammy,
  • acrid, fetid,
  • witty and merry,
  • pleasant conscious,
  • bright festal,
  • public ill,
  • happy and caustic,
  • exquisite comic,
  • cheery and uncomplaining,
  • former irresistible,
  • frank, boisterous,
  • much burlesque,
  • peculiar grotesque,
  • already genial,
  • violent or perverse,
  • cynical and reckless,
  • ironical or severe,
  • naturally blithe,
  • sometimes grim,
  • hysterical good,
  • heavy, elephantine,
  • frank and good,
  • fearless good,
  • grim spanish,
  • fancy and refined,
  • fierce grim,
  • acrid watery,
  • solemn good,
  • bitter and pathetic,
  • unperturbed good,
  • old wanton,
  • breezy good,
  • already ill,
  • unconquerable good,
  • raucous good,
  • coarse good,
  • broad and familiar,
  • singular and eccentric,
  • familiar comic,
  • harsh and impatient,
  • rude good,
  • quaint dry,
  • fancy and quaint,
  • pleasant, dry,
  • vast good,
  • delicate and tactful,
  • sometimes caustic,
  • consummate good,
  • respectful good,
  • relative good,
  • boundless good,
  • good mild,
  • fancy, little,
  • continual good,
  • radiant good,
  • gay and gracious,
  • mere wayward,
  • sometimes delicate,
  • morbid and unnatural,
  • somewhat discontented,
  • less gruesome,
  • away ill,
  • mild good,
  • less salient,
  • such unwilling,
  • miserably bad,
  • lively fancy,
  • apparent ill,
  • rich cosmic,
  • oratorical good,
  • uncommon and exquisite,
  • somewhat native,
  • new-found good,
  • high villainous,
  • quite sophisticated and irrepressible,
  • farcical broad,
  • native odd,
  • burlesque and broad,
  • infinite mellow,
  • irresistible broad,
  • simple-minded, spontaneous,
  • habitual, grim and grotesque,
  • tumultuous frantic,
  • often daring,
  • irrepressible and often daring,
  • keen prosaic,
  • sardonic, irreverent,
  • rough-and-tumble working-class,
  • wondrous philosophical,
  • somewhat dreamy and sentimental,
  • malicious teasing,
  • actively obliging,
  • oddly disgruntled,
  • sharp good,
  • spirited good,
  • broad rollicking,
  • gay or serious,
  • busy inquisitive,
  • careless lackadaisical,
  • peculiar quaint,
  • unclouded good,
  • ostentatious good,
  • frankest good,
  • dry ecclesiastical,
  • rich racy,
  • wry and rueful,
  • rueful good,
  • vital and genuine,
  • flawless good,
  • undisturbed good,
  • much satirical,
  • mad high,
  • ferocious good,
  • broad farcical,
  • reckless good,
  • impudent good,
  • bland and condescending,
  • fine philosophic,
  • dreamy and sentimental,
  • mighty merciful,
  • typical grim,
  • exquisite low,
  • delicate, delightful,
  • stubborn and perverse,
  • gloomy and unhappy,
  • dark and malicious,
  • singularly gracious,
  • fine ironic,
  • drunken good,
  • grim and sardonic,
  • open good,
  • gentle and unobtrusive,
  • grim and grotesque,
  • extreme ill,
  • huge good,
  • gallant good,
  • delightfully whimsical,
  • peculiar grave,
  • large good,
  • same bloodthirsty,
  • thy drunken,
  • sincere good,
  • same valiant,
  • early native,
  • low and tremulous,
  • endless good,
  • much quaint,
  • old ironic,
  • cold superb,
  • much freakish,
  • ridiculous sceptical,
  • cruel good,
  • slight deliberate,
  • thy splenetic,
  • grave, pitiful,
  • shrewd northern,
  • prevalent good,
  • quaint, dry,
  • contagious good,
  • old charitable,
  • rude and ready,
  • dry sarcastic,
  • evident ill,
  • artificial good,
  • exuberant good,
  • characteristic good,
  • somewhat fiery,
  • sunny good,
  • excessive good,
  • merry good,
  • surprising good,
  • genial good,
  • cosmic and philosophic,
  • wise and sardonic,
  • indecent or bawdy,
  • childish and inhuman,
  • foolishly inquisitive,
  • unflagging good,
  • latent ill,
  • dry quiet,
  • terrible severe,
  • feigned good,
  • much incomprehensible,
  • cool good,
  • peculiar grim,
  • religious good,
  • peaceful and agreeable,
  • vain and prodigal,
  • broad good,
  • true childlike,
  • loud good,
  • calm and good,
  • gracious good,
  • almost cloying,
  • present ill,
  • gentle good,
  • little petulant,
  • low decrepit,
  • quizzical good,
  • lazy good,
  • whimsical good,
  • cynical good,
  • inexhaustible good,
  • irrepressible good,
  • unaffected good,
  • unbounded good,
  • monstrous good,
  • much grim,
  • much delightful,
  • sheer good,
  • moist and windy,
  • ineffable good,
  • magnificent good,
  • wonderful ill,
  • much whimsical,
  • bold impertinent,
  • weary good,
  • good stolid,
  • grim good,
  • more involuntary,
  • buoyant good,
  • idle and wanton,
  • rough good,
  • dry, sarcastic,
  • old jealous,
  • social good,
  • ridiculous, drunken,
  • sudden good,
  • absolute good,
  • quiet good,
  • remarkable good,
  • constant and friendly good,
  • cheerful and debonair,
  • tolerant good,
  • broad comic,
  • invincible good,
  • complete good,
  • best good,
  • cold and drowsy,
  • thy impatient,
  • charming good,
  • invariable good,
  • wanton and cruel,
  • native good,
  • unmalicious,
  • extreme bad,
  • habitual good,
  • obvious good,
  • especial good,
  • unabated good,
  • dry, quaint,
  • unruffled good,
  • boisterous good,
  • mighty ill,
  • jovial good,
  • careless good,
  • cheery good,
  • thy mad,
  • contemptuous good,
  • unimpaired good,
  • frank good,
  • great ill,
  • mutual good,
  • much ill,
  • perpetual good,
  • rollicking good,
  • slightly cynical,
  • mad and headstrong,
  • infectious good,
  • cheerful good,
  • unusual good,
  • infinite good,
  • immense good,
  • resolute good,
  • entire good,
  • easy good,
  • hearty good,
  • extreme good,
  • equal good,
  • natural good,
  • unfailing good,
  • gay good,
  • apparent good,
  • usual good,
  • highest good,
  • constant good,
  • genuine good,
  • general good,
  • utmost good,
  • imperturbable good,
  • greatest good,
  • much good,
  • perfect good,
  • great good,
  • high good,
  • ill.
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