例句1. the humour of the situation is central to the film’
例句2. the familiar stories are spiced up with humour’
"We used an accepted psychological scoring system to award them points, such as minus three for scorn and plus two for humor ," Murray told the DailyTelegraph of London
"No matter," replied De Boville, in supreme good-humor at the certainty of recovering his two hundred thousand francs,--"no matter, I can fancy it."
Produced by the PDI/DreamWorks studio, Shrek features a fable-like story bursting with humor and fun, a first-class voice cast, and some of the most advanced animation effects ever seen on the screen
Some people don’t catch his deadpan humor , that makes it even funnier.
A mixture of sadness and humor
American humorist whose newspaper columns,plays,and books,such as Fables in Slang(1899,reflect the humor and common sense of ordinary people.
Barry chuckled "God has a great sense of humor , but a poor sense of timing."
On the other hand, bergson’s rival, Bertrand Russell, was willing to humor the Chinese and therefore invited him over for tea.From then on Ch’u studied mathematical logic
Bitterness of temper;ill humor ;irascibility.
Don’t force the lock; you must humor it
Boultby and Helstone both liked good cookery; the recherch supper consequently put them into excellent humor
The boss is in no humor to talk to you right now.
street language;street humor .
The broadness of his humor
undergraduate courses;undergraduate humor .
A sermon with a trait of humor .
David is so friendly and with a good sense of humor that you can’t imagine he is a famous ecologist
But I truly regret that no president since has had the provocative sense of humor that the thirty-second President of the United States had
folksy humor ;a folksy style that masked a keen business mind.
To spend too much time in studies is sloth;to use them too much for ornament,is affectation;to make judgment wholly by their rules,is the humor of a scholar.
A penchant for cornpone humor ;cornpone political prose.
American writer whose works show compassion and humor in the midst of the violence and alienation of modern life.His novels include Cat’s Cradle(1963)and Slaughterhouse Five(1969.
Inject a note of humor into a story
Give it a soupcon of garlic [humor ].
A wacky sense of humor
The child laughed his mother into a better humor .
The veneer of good humor had vanished
To spend too much time in studies is sloth; to use them too much for ornament is affectation; to make judgment wholly by their rules is the humor of a scholar
An amalgam of charming agreeability and indefatigable humor .
Her long reign saw the heyday of verbal humor (Richard Kain)The 1930s saw the development of sulfa drugs and penicillin(Gregg Easterbrook)
Hippocrates’ theory of humor
1.A mood or state of mind.
‘her good humour vanished’
‘the clash hadn’t improved his humour’
2.An inclination or whim.
‘and have you really burnt all your Plays to please a Humour?’
‘The female incapable of intellectual purpose, governed by her whims and humours, is a misogynistic cliche not only of the time, but very much of his writings.’
3.Each of the four chief fluids of the body (blood, phlegm, yellow bile (choler), and black bile (melancholy)) that were thought to determine a person’s physical and mental qualities by the relative proportions in which they were present.
‘Its most important doctrine was that of the four humours.’
‘According to this theory, the most important determinants of health were the four humours found in the body: blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile.’
4.The ability to express humour or amuse other people.
‘their inimitable brand of humour’
‘His earthy _humor_ , his ability to joke when things seemed darkest, and his endless supply of homespun stories certainly helped him cope with the crises of war.’
5.The quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.
‘his tales are full of humour’
‘They are full of raw Taiwanese _humor_ and literary surprises.’
1.Adapt or accommodate oneself to (something)
‘in reading this stanza we ought to humour it with a corresponding tone of voice’
2.Comply with the wishes of (someone) in order to keep them content, however unreasonable such wishes might be.
‘she was always humouring him to prevent trouble’
‘His manner was friendly, and I decided to humour him.’
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