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anecdote a brief account of a notable or humorous incident.
bawdy coarsely or indecently humorous; risqué. [1/3 definitions]
cartoon a drawing or series of drawings, usu. with written or spoken commentary or dialogue, and usu. humorous or satirical in nature; caricature; comic strip. [1/5 definitions]
cheeky impertinent or insolent, sometimes in a teasing or humorous way; disrespectful; impudent.
comedian a professional entertainer who specializes in telling jokes, acting in humorous skits, and the like. [1/3 definitions]
comic opera an opera or operetta, usu. humorous, with some spoken dialogue, and a happy ending.
droll wryly amusing or humorous.
dry humorous in an ironic or sarcastic way. [1/14 definitions]
facetious not serious; humorous or frivolous.
farcical light and humorous in composition, as a performance. [1/2 definitions]
flippant disrespectful or indifferent to someone or something worthy of respect; shallowly humorous.
gallows humor morbidly humorous treatment of a serious or frightening situation.
hoax an act of deception, esp. a humorous or mischievous trick. [1/3 definitions]
jest a humorous utterance or action; joke. [3/6 definitions]
jocose funny; humorous. [1/2 definitions]
jocular intended to be humorous; facetious. [1/2 definitions]
jokingly in a humorous manner.
levity a lack of seriousness; light, humorous, or foolish behavior or attitude.
limerick a humorous poem that has five lines, with the first two lines rhyming with the last, and the third and fourth forming a separately rhymed couplet.
low comedy comedy that is based on bawdy jokes, humorous situations, or physical action such as horseplay and slapstick; burlesque; farce.
malapropism the humorous or ridiculous misuse of a word, esp. by using a word that sounds similar to the correct word, but whose meaning is inappropriate, as in "waddling in self-pity," rather than "wallowing".