sense of humour

NOUN
  1. the trait of appreciating (and being able to express) the humorous
    you can't survive in the army without a sense of humor
    she didn't appreciate my humor
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How To Use sense of humour In A Sentence

  • It suggests a sense of humour, a willingness to make an effort, an aspiration towards the airy, healthy, beardless Scandinavian lifestyle.
  • He had a gentle, kindly manner, twinkling eyes and quick smile, a keen sense of humour and a penetrating wit.
  • Everybody admires him for his fine sense of humour.
  • I see only those with a very short attention span and a cruel sense of humour finding it entertaining. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr Kennet has a rather peculiar sense of humour.
  • He had enormous charm and a great sense of humour.
  • His skeletal appearance belies a mischievous sense of humour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shepherd was of medium height and slightish build with a serious manner but a dry sense of humour.
  • His sense of humour, always in evidence, made it impossible for him to seem pompous or self-important, and he never attempted to disguise his own fallibility as a human being.
  • They both have a powerful sense of humour and an understated wit that makes you look very carefully at what's on the page in case you miss anything.
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