from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of being funny.
- n. Something funny; a quirky or amusing statement, mannerism, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a comic incident or series of incidents.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being funny; a funny saying or comical performance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a comic incident or series of incidents
I'm not sure the "funniness" hasn't hit quite a few Republicans, too.
The whole video just crescendo’ed (horrible spelling?) in funniness.
Humor used to mean "funniness" was first recorded in 1682, according to the
It is the story of a contract with a Sydney event promoter, a subsequent gig on board a Harbour cruise boat with an audience of schoolies, the deep humiliation of 'dying' and the ramifications that lead to the Waverley Magistrates court and the testing of his "funniness" in front of a judge.
It makes me feel funny -- and it's not a nice kind of funniness either. "
But what I lack in smartness and funniness, I more than make up for in cruelty!
Does the idea that the funniness of the money is overwhelmingly the product of free market activity have any implications for your belief in their powers of “self-regulation”?
Beyond hipness, beyond funniness, beyond extreme musicality, it's becoming increasingly clear that the John Pizzarelli-Jessica Molaskey show (in its fourth Fall at the Carlyle) is, in an offbeat way, about male-female relationships.
We hope this year's show offers its fair share of funniness.
Not sure who should be more offended here (is that a joke about their age or their politics?); the magazine cites it as an example of how he is "less predictable" than most pols, "unable to resist the force of his own funniness."