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    1. Children also do not like to be teased by their parents and again the grandparents can appropriately humour them

    2. I like Molly … she’s got a wicked sense of humour

    3. I sit in the car for nearly ten minutes muttering imprecations about that bloody man before my sense of humour gets the better of me and, realising just how stupid this whole thing is, burst out laughing

    4. If ever one of us awoke with that brooding depression that was never far from the surface smile, the other always seemed to rally round and, with care and light-hearted humour, would lift the mood

    5. ’ He said giving her a wry look in which humour and respect mingled

    6. ’ She replied, scepticism fighting with humour in her voice

    7. I saw the humour and enjoyed the entertainment so much I started a gentle applause on the forecastle

    8. "Humour her", thought the soldier

    9. "So I saw" says Davie with marked ill humour

    10. ‘I’ve felt all along that she had a tremendous sense of humour … that, I think, proves it

    11. was still in foul humour after the altercation with

    12. Though he would never admit to anyone that he was deliberately winding James Middlesex up, his natural sense of humour was sitting on the sidelines enjoying itself

    13. it was a form of humour for Francois, but he would never,

    14. smile without a hint of humour

    15. humour or you are in a mood less ludic

    16. I told her about his great humour and that she must

    17. me out of humour is the intent of playing a

    18. humour, much more tasted

    19. “Yes, I am !” he said, an d I appreciated his sense of humour

    20. At first these evenings had proved a pleasant diversion, then a routine, and finally an ordeal that he nevertheless attempted to endure in the best humour

    21. Our merchants were, some years ago, out of humour with the crown of Portugal

    22. The Leader didn't like Alistair, or his warped sense of humour

    23. How should I make this presentation?" What approach should you use? Formal or informal? Lots of visual aids or only a few? Will you include some anecdotes and humour for variety?

    24. Would people readily advance their money upon the credit of a fund which partly depended upon the good humour of all those assemblies, far distant from the seat of the war, and sometimes, perhaps, thinking themselves not much concerned in the event of it ? Upon such a fund, no more money would probably be advanced than what the tax to be levied in Great Britain might be supposed to answer for

    25. When this last bounty was granted, the British and Irish legislatures were not in much better humour with one another, than the British and American had been before

    26. The state, by encouraging, that is, by giving entire liberty to all those who, from their own interest, would attempt, without scandal or indecency, to amuse and divert the people by painting, poetry, music, dancing; by all sorts of dramatic representations and exhibitions; would easily dissipate, in the greater part of them, that melancholy and gloomy humour which is almost always the nurse of popular superstition and enthusiasm

    27. The gaiety and good humour which those diversions inspire, were altogether inconsistent with that temper of mind which was fittest for their purpose, or which they could best work upon

    28. To attempt to terrify them, serves only to irritate their bad humour, and to confirm them in an opposition, which more gentle usage, perhaps, might easily induce them either to soften, or to lay aside altogether

    29. fruquently, too, by cultivating all those arts which best deserve, and which are therefore most likely to gain them, the esteem of people of rank and fortune; by their knowledge in all the different branches of useful and ornamental learning, by the decent liberality of their manners, by the social good humour of their conversation, and by their avowed contempt of those absurd and hypocritical austerities which fanatics inculcate and pretend to practise, in order to draw upon themselves the veneration, and upon the greater part of men of rank and fortune, who avow that they do not practise them, the abhorrence of the common people

    30. humour wasn't going to be the way out of this

    31. He had never seen Doc in such foul humour

    32. She laughed, and it was a laugh of pleasure, not humour

    33. of humour said they'd been questioned

    34. As every man's humour regulates the degree of his consumption, every man contributes rather according to his humour, than proportion to his revenue: the profuse contribute more, the parsimonious less, than their proper proportion

    35. The people feeling, during continuance of war, the complete burden of it, would soon grow weary of it; and government, in order to humour them, would not be under the necessity of carrying it on longer than it was necessary to do so

    36. ” She smiled again at the last, some secret brewing her sense of humour

    37. ’ He’d studied human humour patterns, but wasn’t sure Jimmy had picked up on it

    38. Please, humour me by joining in the whistling, it’s my birthday and I love this song, it’s better than happy birthday don’t you think?”

    39. Luckily she had a sense of humour and they escaped the logical consequences by dressing back into civvies (civilian dress) immediately and buying her a box of chocolates

    40. Obviously, our Sergeant had a sense of humour even if a bit warped

    41. The man had no sense of humour regarding certain things

    42. He had no sense of humour when in court, or dealing with the law)

    43. There was a joke about these bombs for they exploded everywhere and we needed to cope with it in black humour which always comes out during such times

    44. committed hundreds of the like mistakes, in the best humour possible;

    45. It must be said SAP COIN found that hilarious and had a fine sense of humour about it

    46. The morbid humour of perceiving the

    47. ” Are we, the SAP then as wicked as the commies we were supposed to chase now and then? That really showed his lack of humour and I had to appear before the Chaplain to confess my sins

    48. Then one day a Chaplain proved to me that they actually had a sense of humour when he explained that “Adam was originally a black man who got such a fright when God caught him stealing apples from God’s garden that he turned white from shock and fear

    49. Stomping back, Rocky retrieved his handcuffs but with such ill humour that my fingers tingled for hours afterwards

    50. “Sorry to drag you out of bed for no reason,” he snipped with a grin, his expression one of wonder and humour

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    Synonymes pour "humour"

    humor humour sense of humor sense of humour bodily fluid body fluid liquid body substance wit witticism wittiness mood temper