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good humour

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Definition of good humour in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A genial disposition or mood: I admire your dignity and good humour
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  • Just as his good humour can transform the mood of a room, so too, it transpires, can his despondency.
  • A man of simple pleasures and infectious good humour, Joe was truly one of nature's gentle souls.
  • He exemplified courage, dignity, good humour and unbending principle.

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