Origin of good-humored
Related formsgood-hu·mored·ly, adverbgood-hu·mored·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for good-humored
Rob Beyer, the dean of students at Rosslyn, described her as good-humored and adventurous.Jessica Buchanan, Dedicated Teacher, Lover of Africa, Victim of Pirates|Josh Dzieza|January 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Jay-Z is reinvigorated, witty, and good-humored, while West has reeled in some of his id-gone-haywire shtick.Best Music Albums of 2011: The Weeknd, Drake, Britney Spears, and More|Marlow Stern|December 31, 2011|DAILY BEAST
On his way to the stand, a good-humored Berezovsky offered his own chair to the press.
Much of the time, she is wonderfully funny about it, and good-humored, the supernatural her accomplice in comic relief.
I said it in a good-humored way, not wanting to come off as confrontational.
It angered her—though the smile might be good-humored, even affectionate.Conjuror's House|Stewart Edward White
He had small eyes, and large teeth, over which his lips were slightly parted in a good-humored but cunning smile.Cashel Byron's Profession|George Bernard Shaw
And Carl smiled too, his good-humored face beaming in the moon.Cudjo's Cave|J. T. Trowbridge
His secretaries, who doubtless speak from personal knowledge, say that his attitude "was one of good-humored contempt."Abraham Lincoln, Vol. II|John T. Morse
"I'm afraid I shan't make one of the gang then," observed Walter, with a smile so good-humored that the words could not offend.Walter and the Wireless|Sara Ware Bassett