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- n. Alternative spelling of good-humored.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as good-humored.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. disposed to please
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We have never seen her so relaxed and good-humoured.
His powerfully muscular frame, topped by a mop of blond hair and his trademark moustache, was a familiar sight in climbing magazines for 35 years, but even at the height of his fame, which in Europe was considerable, he remained himself: approachable, good-humoured and endlessly enthusiastic.
In an interview with O Globo she said she wanted her officers to be "polite, clean-shaven, good-humoured and kind".
The story makes good use of paradox and the butterfly effect, but its greatest charms lie in Si's good-humoured observations of old New York and the love story that gradually develops between Si and the beautiful Julia, who doesn't believe Si when he tells her he's a time traveller.
The Italian might have been in a rage at that instant in the practice session but he came across as good-humoured afterwards.
Six years before she had been a pretty, good-humoured girl, whom every one loved and caressed.
Oh!, you, the jolly good-humoured people of Pernes-les-Fontaines, you said the magic words to that desperate wife stuck in the queue, eyes fixed on her impatient husband outside.
"Will there be looting?" he asked excitedly, having already compared the good-humoured Vaughan to Alan Partridge.
"But the park is still ours," protest leaders added defiantly.10.00pm: It looks like things are pretty quiet and good-humoured at Zuccotti Park this evening.
Many people who used to brandish their celeb weekly as a badge of good-humoured ordinariness are now too ashamed to do so.