- n. a cheerful and agreeable mood
“Count Wodzinski, too, bears witness to Chopin's good humour while in the company of the Wodzinskis.”
“Rossitur – his good humour was entirely restored; but whether even Mr. Carleton's power could have achieved that without the perfect seasoning of the pig and the smooth persuasion of the richly-creamed coffee, it may perhaps be doubted.”
“Thence home, and there very much angry with my people till I had put all things in good forwardnesse about my supper for the Houblons, but that being done I was in good humour again, and all things in good order.”
“Camilla instantly decided for the airing, and without a dissentient voice: so entirely had the extreme good humour of Sir Hugh won the hearts of the little party, that they felt as if the whole of their entertainment depended upon his presence.”
“My father could not help smiling for his soul — his anger at the worst was never more than a spark; — and the zeal and simplicity of Trim — and the generous (though hobby-horsical) gallantry of my uncle Toby, brought him into perfect good humour with them in an instant.”
“The form and face of Lady Eustace, which indeed were very lovely, were distasteful to her; whereas she delighted to look upon the broad, plain, colourless countenance of Lydia Fawn, who was endeared to her by frank good humour and an unselfish disposition.”
“Though he had naturally a serene countenance, and was of a pleasing conversation, yet all the charms of his good humour seemed to be redoubled at Malacca, insomuch, that his companion, John Deyro, could not but wonder at his gaiety and soft behaviour.”
“‘Oh, but anybody knows,’ said Cecil, his good humour returning, ‘that if you flick a paint-brush or a pen, the drops fall into a little round dobble that tails off away from the thing that’s flicked.”
“Boswell, however, was, as his proposer said, a thoroughly “clubable” man, and once a member, his good humour secured his popularity.”
“His good humour had developed a certain vigorousness which might have been almost horrific in a less attractive personality.”
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