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good humor

noun
1.
a cheerful or amiable mood.
Origin of good humor
1610-1620
1610-20
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  • Springtime,” guessed Mabel, “because the man was in such a good humor.

    Patty's Friends Carolyn Wells
  • They seemed "well satisfy" with this, and all in good humor.

  • His reply to Dr. McCrie is marked by excellent temper, humour, and good humor.

  • And here, you blooming crank, take a drink and get into a good humor.

    The Wreck of the Titan Morgan Robertson
  • He was a monstrous fellow, and Paul knew by his snapping red eyes that he was in no good humor.

    The Forest Runners Joseph A. Altsheler

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