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good humor

noun
1.
a cheerful or amiable mood.
Origin
1610-1620
1610-20
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Examples from the web for good humor
  • 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.
  • It's not unusual for her to get two hundred and fifty bites in a few minutes, she explained the other day, with blasé good humor.
  • But many of us will remember him mostly for his spirit and good humor.
  • It shows in the manic energy and irrepressible good humor of their music.
  • Bargaining takes some skill, patience and good humor.
  • Throughout, they played to sold-out crowds and presented food with gusto, grace and good humor.
  • Stories with all the wit and good humor parents can often lose during dinner table battles.

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