Ashe, in a straw hat and light suit, made his usual impression of strength and good-humor.
The sneer upon my lips turns to a smile—my indignation to good-humor.
good-humor he has been communicating now for a hundred and fifty years.
She found Mr. Hammond sitting in his automobile in a state of good-humor.
With an active, sanguine temperament, he had the good-humor and frankness that usually belong to less ardent natures.
Poor devil, he was full of good-humor too, and had the best of stomachs.
Then, too, these little things are refreshing, and put you all in good-humor.
There was a bubbling fountain of good-humor about him that seemed inexhaustible.
At your persuasion they pardoned Otho his law and bore with good-humor the difference of the seats assigned to them.
Rupert leaned out, all good-humor once more as he pointed to the machine.