It is very easy to be companionable and good-humoured while all goes pleasantly.
"I don't know about angels," he said, trying still to be good-humoured.
"Come, I will not recall my word," he said with a good-humoured laugh.
Macauley, a stout, good-humoured fellow of thirty-five, laughed.
"The moon has a good effect on poets and other mad folks, I dare say," said the bald man, with a good-humoured laugh.
The Earl was a kindly, good-humoured, liberal, but yet hard man of the world.
Some good-humoured comments by various speakers terminated the proceedings.
The danger was past, and he could afford to be good-humoured again.
The behaviour of that young person was open, pleasing, good-humoured and unaffected.
In the first place, it was not good-humoured; it was very far from being so.