Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of good-humored.

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Examples

  • First Impression: Barton seems to be a name for a smart and goodhumored country boy with rugged good looks.

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  • First Impression: Barton seems to be a name for a smart and goodhumored country boy with rugged good looks.

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  • Kitty was glad of all this, but she could not be light-hearted. she could not solve the problem her father had unconsciously set her by his goodhumored view of her friends, and of the life that had so attracted her.

    Anna Karenina

  • The second installment for the forest had been received from the merchant and was not yet exhausted; Dolly had been very amiable and goodhumored of late, and the idea of the dinner pleased Stepan

    Anna Karenina

  • Thank you for this wonderful welcome and thank you for being about twice a large a crowd as we thought we'd have and for being so goodhumored about us losing the sound.

    Remarks By The President At Providence Campaign Rally

  • If her critics had accused this lady of being somewhat too goodhumored with the other sex, why 'twas perhaps natural to her circumstances and needs no further excuse.

    The Ladies A Shining Constellation of Wit and Beauty

  • But cheerful voices aroused me from this melancholy reverie, and I found myself restored to the pleasant light in the hands of a goodhumored-looking little girl, whose reception of me soon banished my fears.

    The Doll and Her Friends or Memoirs of the Lady Seraphina

  • The accompanying address had been given by Botho himself, who, smiling and goodhumored, held in his hand a rather thick-feeling letter.

    Chapter XX

  • "And I tell you that I'll take your word for it without quarreling with you," was the goodhumored retort.

    Ridgway of Montana (Story of To-Day, in Which the Hero Is Also the Villain)

  • She was a woman whom Dr. Archie respected; active, practical, unruffled; goodhumored, but determined.

    The Song of the Lark

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