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1 His humorous remark made everyone laugh.
2 The book takes a humorous look at parenthood.
3 Her latest book is a humorous look at teenage life.
4 He was quite humorous, and I liked that about him.
5 The humorous joke is common property.
6 He had a wide mouth and humorous grey eyes.
7 His humorous remark lightened the tense atmosphere.
8 The writing is brutally tough and savagely humorous.
9 a potpourri of short stories and humorous verse.
10 The film is at once humorous and moving.
11 She had not intended to be humorous.
12 The film has some mildly humorous moments.
13 The teacher dished up the story in a humorous way.
14 The poet ranted his humorous verses before a big crowd.
15 The film is delightfully humorous in the best traditions of romantic comedy.
16 Normally he asked questions[sentencedict.com],[www.Sentencedict.com] and had a humorous remark or two.
17 A pat humorous tale may sometimes arouse a big laugh.
18 The speaker gave us a humorous joke which suddenly clicked with us and we all laughed.
19 He gave a humorous account of their trip to Spain.
20 It was a half way humorous remark.
21 At seventy-four, he published humorous verse in Latin.
22 A very beadle to a humorous sigh.
23 Joyce thought this last remark was humorous.
24 He was warm, gregarious, crotchety, and humorous.
25 He was, however, quietly spoken, and also very humorous.
26 The novel is a humorous but often painful odyssey through the next three decades of Dolores' life.
27 It seemed oddly perverse, in a humorous kind of way.
28 She has written her description of him in a mildly humorous vein.
29 John Lennon found time to publish two books of his humorous prose.
30 Judging from the way he laughed as he told it, it was meant to be humorous.
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