funny


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Synonyms for funny

Synonyms for funny

intended to excite laughter or amusement

agreeably curious, especially in an old-fashioned or unusual way

Synonyms

causing puzzlement; perplexing

words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

Synonyms for funny

an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line)

arousing or provoking laughter

beyond or deviating from the usual or expected

not as expected

experiencing odd bodily sensations

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References in classic literature ?
Beth's bundle was such a funny one that everybody wanted to laugh, but nobody did, for it would have hurt her feelings very much.
They said it was so funny that, when Herr Slossenn Boschen had sung it once before the German Emperor, he (the German Emperor) had had to be carried off to bed.
They said he never once suggested by his tone or manner that he was singing anything funny - that would spoil it.
The slightest hint on his part that he knew how funny he was would have completely ruined it all.
He glowered round upon us with a look of such concentrated ferocity that, but for our being forewarned as to the German method of comic singing, we should have been nervous; and he threw such a wailing note of agony into the weird music that, if we had not known it was a funny song, we might have wept.
Who would think such a funny harlequin lived in the Land of Oz?
Some of her attempts were successful, others were failures; but she kept them all, fine or funny, knowing the children at home would enjoy anything new.
I can't wead the witing; but the pictures are so funny.
Very rough and faulty, but so funny, that it was evident Polly's sense of humor was strong.
The demons were generally funny, and Noah's wife, who argued about going into the ark.
A few of these have come down to us, and some of the items and prices paid sound very funny now.
As I was saying--and I don't like interruptions," Bruce Cadogan Cavendish proceeded, "it's a beastly funny country over that way.
It was a beastly funny time of it I had, diving out shell, fishing beche-de-mer, trading hoop-iron and hatchets for copra and ivory- nuts, running niggers and all the rest of it.
Well, anyway, it was all beastly funny, over there to the westward.
Pendleton looked sort of funny when I said I'd told YOU.