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- n. UK alternative spelling of humorist.
- n. someone who acts speaks or writes in an amusing way
“I take this to be part of the trade of anybody labelled a humourist and paid as such.”
“I have no sympathy whatever with the idea that a humourist ought to be a lugubrious person with a face stamped with melancholy.”
“_ -- It was, no doubt, by way of brightening an unutterably gloomy week that Mr. L'ESTRANGE MALONE, who has not hitherto been known as a humourist, invited the Government to intercede at”
“The lawyer who is a humourist is a man of ten thousand.”
“My uncle was known as a humourist; and prove that a man differs from others in one thing, and the world will believe that he differs from them in a thousand.”
“Mastiffe Whelp, with other ruff-island-like curs fetcht from among the Antipodes, which bite and barke at the fantasticall humourist and abuses of the time.”
“Gally, who sets up Theophrastus as his model, apparently fails to realize that a "humourist" like Sir Roger verges on individuality.”
“This year, Rien à Déclarer Nothing to Declare, directed by the humourist Dany Boon, has sold almost 8m tickets.”
“The main thing I'd define myself as is as a humourist, and there's so many jokes to be made that haven't been made, because we haven't talked about this stuff, you know?”
“On Friday the online version of Al-Hayat newspaper and the prominent news website Sabq.org both reported straightforwardly humourist Andy Borowitz's column that began: In his latest effort to find common ground with Republicans in Congress, President Barack Obama said today that he was willing to agree that he is a Muslim.”
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