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2. He has no sense of humor.
3. This is a film full of humor.
4. There was a glow-worm of humor in his eyes.
5. A sense of humor is a great asset in this business.
6. His style of humor was very human, and that's why people cotton to him.
7. It's vital to have a sense of humor in this job.
8. American humor is founded largely on hyperbole.
9. This writer's plays are marked by a gentle humor.
10. He showed flashes of humor that delighted the audience.
11. I think humor is a great lubricant for life.
12. He has a good sense of humor.
13. She employed an irreverent humor to salt her observation.
14. Their senses of humor meshed perfectly.
15. Much English humor consists of plays on words.
16. I'll do it when the humor takes me.
17. Their dark humor never failed to astound him.
18. He is distinguished for his sense of humor.
19. His remarks participated of the sense of humor.
20. He is a man of cheerful humor.
21. McGrath remembers his offbeat sense of humor(sentencedict.com),(Sentencedict) his whimsical side.
22. Colleagues today recall with humor how meetings would crawl into the early morning hours.
23. He was accused of having no sense of humor, of not being a good sport.
24. The humor in the movie sometimes goes beyond the bounds of good taste.
25. Time erodes all such beauty, but what it cannot diminish is the wonderful workings of your mind, your humor, your kindness and your moral courage.
26. When they groused about the parking regulations, they did it with good humor.
27. I attack politicians with the one weapon they don't have, a sense of humor.
28. The result is a decidedly mixed bag of campy humor, wild-eyed fantasy and high-tech special effects.
29. In spite of everything, Robyn's managed to keep her sense of humor.
30. The essays could do with a flash of wit or humor.
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