[ US /ˈhjumɝɫəs/ ]
  1. lacking humor
    it was a humorless wink; a wink of warning
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How To Use humorless In A Sentence

  • But she also comes across as a humourless frump, needing constant cajoling from her husband to stay afloat.
  • ‘Tell me something I don't know,’ I laughed humorlessly, getting up.
  • After a brief pause, she smiled at him humorlessly.
  • Our mean-minded monarchists really are a bunch of humourless humbugs.
  • His life had run so smoothly that he was habitually inflexible, and perhaps rather humourless. My Darling Heriott: Henrietta Luxborough, Poetic Gardener and Irrepressible Exile
  • Humourless and heavy-hearted love only produces hate as its offspring.
  • We need not argue at length that philosophy is serious, but this does not mean that it needs to be solemn or humourless.
  • After a brief pause, she smiled at him humorlessly.
  • Paches grinned, again humorless, and Phrynus felt the insult. The One Handed Rower of Myonnesus « A Fly in Amber
  • he reacted rather humorlessly to these rumors
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