Origin of humorist
Related formshu·mor·is·tic, hu·mor·is·ti·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for humoristic
The Bernesque type, that is, the humoristic, was created by him and bears his name.Initiation into Literature|Emile Faguet
The humoristic method is a potent instrument for working such contractions and expansions at will.Diderot and the Encyclopaedists (Vol 1 of 2)|John Morley
The pure and touching morality of Thouar conflicted with the humoristic and cynical freedom of Montazio.
In a letter, written in the humoristic style in which she delighted, she gives us portraits of some of her comrades of that time.
But what made him first known outside those communities where the French tongue is spoken were his humoristic sketches.