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artiste (informal) someone specially skilled at something (often used with humor or contempt). [1/2 definitions]
biopic a biographical film or television program often containing scenes that are fictional in order to fill out the plot and add drama, humor, or suspense to make the real life subject compelling to an audience.
camaraderie friendship, good humor, and closeness among a group; comradeship.
comedienne a female entertainer who specializes in humor. [1/2 definitions]
corny (informal) of humor, lacking subtlety; obvious; trite. [1/2 definitions]
cross in an ill humor. [1/16 definitions]
crystalline lens a transparent, biconvex, lenslike body in the eye, between the iris and the vitreous humor, that focuses light on the retina.
distemper ill humor or irritability. [1/2 definitions]
dryness quiet, seemingly unconscious humor. [1/3 definitions]
farce a comedy that depends for its humor on quick and surprising turns of events and on exaggerated characters and situations, or the type of humor characteristic of such a play. [1/2 definitions]
grouch to express discontent and bad humor; grumble; sulk. [1/3 definitions]
humorist one who is esp. skilled and practiced in the use of humor in such activities as writing or acting. [2 definitions]
humorless combined form of humor.
humorous having the character or quality of humor; comical. [2 definitions]
irony a manner of using language so that it conveys a different or opposite meaning to that which is literally expressed in the words themselves. Irony is often used as a literary technique, especially to produce humor or pathos. [1/3 definitions]
miff a state of sulky bad humor; pique. [1/3 definitions]
mood1 a spell of bad humor, depression, or anger. [1/3 definitions]
nickname a name given to a person, place, or thing in place of or in addition to the proper name, to indicate humor, familiarity, or the character of the person, place, or thing. [1/3 definitions]
off-color improper or in poor taste, esp. of humor or innuendo dealing with sex. [1/3 definitions]
pepper to enliven by adding bits of humor or interesting information. [1/8 definitions]
Punch-and-Judy show a puppet show consisting of slapstick humor in which the grotesque and quarrelsome Punch constantly fights with his wife Judy.