- a disagreeable or sullen mood; bad temper
Examples from the Web for ill humour
Tip had quarrelled with his ill-humour, and it had vanished.
She threw down her cloak and muff, the instant she came in, with an air of ill-humour, and undressed herself in a hurried manner.The Secret Memoirs of Louis XV./XVI, Complete
Madame du Hausset, an "Unknown English Girl" and the Princess Lamballe
"Why, here are wicked wrinkles of ill-humour," she cried to him.The Sea-Hawk
He perceived also that her ill-humour was shared by her father, and by this he was frankly amused.Scaramouche
His face had cleared; his ill-humour had been replaced by a look of keen earnestness.The Hound From The North