- comic strips.
- Also called funny paper. the section of a newspaper reserved for comic strips, word games, etc.
synonym study for funny
OTHER WORDS FROM funnyfun·ni·ly, adverbfun·ni·ness, nounun·fun·ni·ly, adverbun·fun·ni·ness, noun
Other definitions for funny (2 of 2)
Origin of funny2
How to use funny in a sentence
My mom is silly, but I wouldn’t say she was particularly funny.
Shankar didn’t realize “funny” could be a full-time job until her first year as a premed student at NYU in 2007.
In one of the funniest pictures, Lopez Boada’s Salome carries the head of Pavón’s John the Baptist in a flimsy metal broiler pan.For this artist and his girlfriend, life in lockdown became a creative opportunity|Mark Jenkins|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
Eivor is funny, too, but mostly when she isn’t trying to be.
Robin Kemp was 12 hours into the longest day of her journalism career when she got a call from a funny number.
Funnily enough, he was doing a book tour in Australia when I had been cast, but before I came to the States to make the movie.The Great Character Actor: Guy Pearce on His Brilliant Career, From ‘Priscilla’ to ‘The Rover’|Richard Porton|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But funnily enough, there's obviously a signature—and the collections we make will fit automatically in the total of the rest.
He played for the California prep school Harvard-Westlake, where, funnily enough, his backup was the actor Jason Segel.Meet Jason Collins, the First Gay Athlete in Major American Sports|Kevin Fallon|April 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Number one is arguably the most troubling, but funnily enough, it is mostly taken care of by the coding error.
Someone just tweeted very funnily: When we call Republicans cave men, it's not because we think they'll cave!
I never remember stories or anything the right way, my head is so funnily made.Grandmother Dear|Mrs. Molesworth
Dilys and Lennie and Hetty of course stand up for you hard, and funnily enough so does Leonora.The Leader of the Lower School|Angela Brazil
"How funnily you express things," she said, half guessing his meaning.The Salamander|Owen Johnson
They had also about half-a-dozen children; funnily-small dear little creatures these must have been, to be sure.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2)|Carl Engel
The country looked indescribably desolate; but funnily enough there were a lot of birds flying about, mostly in flocks.Fanny Goes to War|Pat Beauchamp
British Dictionary definitions for funny
Derived forms of funnyfunnily, adverbfunniness, noun
Other Idioms and Phrases with funny
In addition to the idioms beginning with funny
- funny bone
- funny business
- funny money
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