Sometimes I muse and rave; and walking up and down I indite and enregister these my humours, these my conceits.
Strolling out into the High Street he began observing the humours of the day.
You young ship-boys have the character of being a little erratic in your humours at times.
The most hopeless of humours assailed him, and he yielded to it without a struggle.
But, anyhow, seldom without its humours, which is the main thing.
Kenyon looked at Wentworth, who was evidently not feeling in the best of humours.
He answered that kings had humours and peculiarities of their own, unknown to ordinary mortals.
They were not long in tumbling into the humours of life at the front.
I would not only consult the interest of the people, but I would cheerfully gratify their humours.
I have had moments when I have sympathised with your humours.