Origin of ill humor
Related formsill-hu·mored, adjectiveill-hu·mored·ly, adverbill-hu·mored·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for ill humor
Her face should breathe hope, gentleness and satisfaction; dejection, anxiety, and ill-humor should be constantly banished.
It made him quiet nevertheless; these fits of ill-humor and peevishness were certainly neither dignified nor manly.Merkland|Mrs. Oliphant
I would greatly like to know whether your ill-humor has left you; this would please me.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
To the extreme annoyance of those about her, all is now hurry, and bustle, and ill-humor.The Teacher|Jacob Abbott
Yet their countenances denoted neither dissatisfaction nor ill-humor.Alaska|Ella Higginson