A “monster of staggering charmlessness and monumental lack of humour.”
Take, for instance, Yiddish Mamma, a young Parisian brand that peddles its wares with love and humour.
I let him take it from my hand, knowing it was best to humour him.
Albeit, one with a lively, feisty character, and a wonderfully eccentric sense of humour.
She is spontaneous with a great sense of humour, humble yet at the same time driven by a healthy ambition.
As you say, we Sprattes have a remarkable sense of humour, she replied, dryly.
I found the people corrupted; and I must humour their disease.
Bertram wished people would not be so fond of exercising their humour at his expense.
She had a woman's sense of humour, which is not always urbane.
He was not in a humour for fighting, nor was he at present desirous of blood; so he resolved to go.