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  • adjective Rare spelling of unhumorous.


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un- +‎ humourous


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  • As soon as we think of the emotions being stirred we see that the strange difference between humourous and unhumourous people is not an intellectual matter, but follows the general law of emotional susceptibility, viz., that it is independent of the reason and varies within wide limits with each individual, and obviously with each nationality.

    More Toasts Marion Dix [Editor] Mosher

  • Or would she live it with that feminine, unhumourous seriousness which is woman's weakness?

    Romance Island Zona Gale 1906


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