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funniness
  1. (uncountable) The quality of being funny.
  2. (countable) Something funny; a quirky or amusing statement, mannerism, etc.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “We were all just blown away by his charisma and magnetism and his funniness.”
      “As in previous research, only moderate correlations were found between laughter and self-report measures of perceived funniness, happiness, amusement, and anxiousness.”
      “A tragic turn of events, but made funny by the fact that it happens to children, whose ineptness at life leads them into all sorts of mayhem and funniness as a result.”
fun
  1. amusement, enjoyment or pleasure
  2. playful, often noisy, activity.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Our holiday was the best fun we've had in a long time.”
      “The party was underway, and we were all excited about the fun that was to ensue.”
      “It's time for some fun now that the working week is done.”
funny
  1. (humorous) A joke.
  2. (humorous) A comic strip.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “I saw a funny in the papers this morning, and now I giggle every time I think about it.”
funnies
  1. (comics, idiomatic) The section of a newspaper containing comic strips. [from the mid-19th c.]
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Make sure you read the funnies to each other, using appropriate voices for different characters!”
      “Wrap presents in recycled paper, old calendars, outdated maps, the Sunday funnies, or children's artwork.”
      “Make sure you read the funnies to each other and you must use appropriate voices for different characters!”
funmaker
  1. A person who does or says funny things; a person who makes people laugh.
funsies
  1. (childish) The act of doing something fun or for fun, instead of in earnest.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Let's just play for funsies.”
funnyness
  1. (rare) Alternative form of funniness
funny
  1. (Britain) A narrow boat for sculling.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “I saw a funny in the papers this morning, and now I giggle every time I think about it.”
funness
  1. (nonstandard) The quality of being fun.
funnies
  1. plural of funny
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Make sure you read the funnies to each other, using appropriate voices for different characters!”
      “Wrap presents in recycled paper, old calendars, outdated maps, the Sunday funnies, or children's artwork.”
      “Make sure you read the funnies to each other and you must use appropriate voices for different characters!”
funster
  1. (humorous) A fun person.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “MacFadzean plays Richie Excellent, the young funster who wields unearned celebrity.”
      “Against all expectations, it seems that it actually works to cast languid funster Owen Wilson as a serial killer who moves in mysterious ways.”
      “We're in a cafe in Peckham, the area of London where 28-year-old Kendall lives with fellow funster Henry Naylor.”
funfest
  1. (informal, US) A fun event.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Not your typical hardcore-punk funfest, this one comes heavily laden with socio-political portent.”
      “Instead of the usual stuffy black-tie awards event, this was a major funfest where stars dressed up but let their guard down.”
      “The Democratic Party is clinging to the same one-point edge over the Republicans that it held before the Philadelphia funfest, writes White House Correspondent Rick Dunham.”
funlessness
  1. Lack of fun.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Lacklustre graphics, violent slapstick and poorly judged jokes about lazy eyes are presented in a flavourless feast of funlessness.”
funninesses
funmakers
  1. plural of funmaker
funfests
  1. plural of funfest
funsters
  1. plural of funster
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Well, I think it's fair to say and we're not exactly a completely happy bunch of funsters at the moment, but political life's a bit like that.”
      “Imagine a gang of funsters piling into your office for a spin on the old swivel chair.”
      “Romeo is surely with his friends Mercutio and Benvolio, funsters who prefer wit and jest to matters of the heart.”
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