If you are funny and you make all of your friends laugh all of the time, this is an example of a time when you have a good sense of humour.
- (archaic or historical) Any of the fluids in an animal body, especially the four "cardinal humours" of blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm that were believed to control the health and mood of the human body.
- (medicine) Either of the two regions of liquid within the eyeball, the aqueous humour and vitreous humour.
- (uncountable) A mood, especially a bad mood; a temporary state of mind or disposition brought upon by an event; an abrupt illogical inclination or whim.
- He was in a particularly vile humour that afternoon.
- (uncountable) The quality of being amusing, comical, funny. [from the early 18th c.]
- She has a great sense of humour, and I always laugh a lot whenever we get together.
- The sensitive subject was treated with humour, but in such way that no one was offended.
(third-person singular simple present humours, present participle humouring, simple past and past participle humoured)
- It was only equalled in its ill humour by his attacks on Bavaria in 1870.
- His dryness is associated with a fund of dry humour exceedingly effective in its proper place, as in The Book Hunter.
- But There Is More Than Humour In Haliburton'S Books.
- He had an admirable gift of lucid, direct narrative, and an unfailing fund of incident, and of humour, sometimes bordering on farce.
- He was a charming talker, with a gay humour and a quiet sarcasm and a telling use of anecdote for argument.