Definition of ill humour in English:

ill humour

Line breaks: ill hu¦mour

noun

[mass noun]
Irritability or bad temper: his kindlier feelings abated to be replaced by ill humour [in singular]: his arrival had put her in an ill humour
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  • The fourth ring is the prison of the wrathful, those who indulged their anger, and the sullen, those who indulged their ill humor.
  • Already the fans are getting restless and many of those who made the trip to Taunton were in ill humour by tea-time yesterday.
  • Our captain was a strict disciplinarian who wouldn't think twice about not letting us wear sneakers or breaking up a poker game if he was in ill humor.
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