Did you mayhaps mean humorless?
- adj. British, Canada alternative spelling of humorless.
- adj. lacking humor
- humour + -less (Wiktionary)
“Since her appointment, Bishop Kassmann, who is often described as humourless, has played the role of a moral authority.”
“Questionable, weighted use of "humourless," aside, do you honestly think that's what the ire in this thread is directed at?”
“Some of those e-mails even go so far as to call him "humourless" and tell him to "lighten up".”
“You've never seen people bringing up feminist issues on websites being dismissed using phrases such as humourless, lesbian, hag, prude and so on before?”
“There is more well written fiction — creative writingese, bloodless, humourless competence – today than there has ever been at any time in history, and less really great literature.”
“Green raised the stakes by asserting that the beer "demeans women" and suddenly battle lines were drawn between sleazy, objectifying, ale-swilling dinosaurs and humourless harpies hellbent on squeezing every drop of pleasure from the beer mat of life.”
“I got her to repeatedly say, "Where's my money?" and for a little while we had placed distance between ourselves and the true and humourless reason my aunt had on that hat.”
“And the conservative traditionalism of you Scots – strong, dour, humourless in phoney caricature – let it be seen as colourfully fired up these next 90 days by the oil of your country's new-found radicalism.”
“Another to fall foul of a humourless official was Crystal Palace midfielder Joonas Kolkka last season.”
“Just because something is not aped after the "Sex and the City" doesn't make it humourless. (and personally, I seldom thought SATC very funny) "Alias" did fairly well (and was written by a man, to boot) and was neither humorless nor rigid nor witless, though from a feminist perspective it had a few elements that were problematic.”
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