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- adj. Alternative spelling of humorous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as humorous; causing amusement or laughter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. full of or characterized by humor
Dick is not know as a humourous writer for the simple reason that most of his books aren't funny.
While Somtow's stories are best classified as humourous SF, they're also finely tuned studies in melancholy.
Or is there some one humorific point common to all that can be called humourous?
Simon writes humorous sorry, I mean "humourous" science fiction, and FSM knows we need more humour in the genre.
Tens of thousands of copies wound up in the remainder bin at five bucks, except on the mainland where the same people that find Royal Canadian Air Farce "humourous" also found Tobin's error riddled cash grab "insightful".
The actor produced Anusha Rizvi's first film, which addresses the problems faced by poor farmers in India in a "humourous" way.
Lindy Ruff said he wasn't going to overreact to the incident, and even called it "humourous" and that "games need a little spice."
Maybe I should ask my mates Bret & Germaine if they can turn this joke into some kind of humourous song ...?
There was a spate of books, on email etiquette, helping people use emoticons and other things to make humourous comments, to avoid FLAMING, and so forth.
Instead he has ‘gone native’, learning to accept the sheer madness and the internal contradictions of his country with humourous grace.
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