good humor

noun
a cheerful or amiable mood.

Origin:
1610–20

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Example sentences
She did all this with unfailing good humor coupled with the necessary degree of
  persistence.
Recipients are a burden sometimes gladly born, but there's no guarantee of good
  humor.
What a joy it is indeed to come around and find good humor in the storytelling.
Afghan people laugh a lot, and many are in permanently good humor.
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