- a cheerful or amiable mood.
Origin of good humor
First recorded in 1610–20
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Examples from the Web for good humor
There was about him a contagious cheerfulness, good-humor, and honesty.The First Violin
There was a bubbling fountain of good-humor about him that seemed inexhaustible.Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2)
Charles James Lever
Rupert leaned out, all good-humor once more as he pointed to the machine.The Flying Mercury
Eleanor M. Ingram
When Whispering Smith got back to the house he was in good-humor.Whispering Smith
Frank H. Spearman
In such a scene all are in good-humor—all wear their best looks.