humoristic

adjective
hu·​mor·​is·​tic | \ ˌhyü-mə-ˈri-stik, ˌyü-\

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Examples of humoristic in a Sentence

a somewhat humoristic scene in an otherwise dark and brooding drama

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circa 1834, in the meaning defined above

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humoresque

humorist

humoristic

humorless

humorous

humorsome

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The first known use of humoristic was circa 1834

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