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Humour or humor is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement.
Sense of humor:
A sense of humor is the ability to experience humor.
A person who writes or tells amusing stories.
Funny, or making you laugh.
Adjective. Entertaining.
Any humorous discourse generally intended to amuse, especially in television, film, and stand-up comedy.
The amusing part of a situation.
A person whose job is to make people laugh by telling jokes and amusing stories or by copying the behavior or speech of famous people:
Black humor:
An amusing way of looking at or treating something that is serious or sad.
Crack a joke:
A collocation that contain a verb (crack) and a noun (a joke). To make a joke or a clever remark.
Adjective. Amusing, especially in an unusual way.
Dry humor:
Dry humor is very amusing in a way which is clever and not loud or obvious:
Not serious about a serious subject, in an attempt to be amusing or to appear clever:
Adjective. Amusing; causing laughter:
Noun (INFORMAL.) A joke or funny story, especially one told by a comedian (= person whose job is to make people laugh):
Gallows humor:
Phrasal Noun. Also referred to as black humor. These are Jokes or humorous remarks or stories that are made about subjects that are generally considered taboo, particularly subjects that are normally considered unpleasant, worrying, serious, or painful to discuss such as death and illness.
Noun (FORMAL). Something which is said or done in order to amuse:
The ability to perceive and express in an ingeniously humorous manner the relationship between seemingly incongruous or disparate things.
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