Noun(1) a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary(2) a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter(3) (Middle Ages(4) the liquid parts of the body(5) the quality of being funny(6) the trait of appreciating (and being able to express
Verb(1) put into a good mood
(1) in reading this stanza we ought to humour it with a corresponding tone of voice(2) No, my greatest ability is my spontaneous humour .(3) You never quite get the feeling they're interested, they always seem to be doing it to humour you.(4) They remain a benchmark of quality for British humour .(5) She phoned about three quarters of an hour later, apologising that the line got chopped off, and in a better humour .(6) I know this is an old chestnut, written by loads of people ad infinitum but for now humour me.(7) Also working against the timber framed houses was the fact that I was in a 9am humour , not much of a morning person - me.(8) her good humour vanished(9) More recently, there has been interest in comics, humour , and folktales.(10) If one tickles your sense of curiosity, humour , or intellect, have a browse through the archives for much more.(11) A jovial person, his speeches are peppered with humour .(12) I admire both her humour and her ability to make theatre accessible.(13) their inimitable brand of humour(14) It would not be an exaggeration to say I am in some awe of this lady; she is facing a difficult time in her life with courage, common sense and humour .(15) Full of its characteristic humour and human drama, the series takes the gang from Middlesbrough to Arizona.(16) Those movies were exciting, full of humour , suspense and great characters - everything this film lacks.