1 amusing quality/ability to find things funny
ADJ. wry With wry humour, they laugh at their misfortunes. | irreverent | caustic, sardonic | black, dark, gallows, grim | self-deprecating | gentle | tongue-in-cheek | slapstick, visual | unconscious, unintentional | deadpan, dry | schoolboy His colleagues soon got fed up with his schoolboy humour. | lavatorial
QUANT. touch Her speech was serious, but not without the occasional touch of humour.
VERB + HUMOUR be full of, contain The stories are full of humour. | appreciate, see The man who lost his shoes failed to see the humour of the situation.
PHRASES a brand of humour a television sitcom with its own peculiar brand of humour | sense of humour to have a dry/good/great/warped/weird/wicked sense of humour
ADJ. good Her good humour was restored by the excellent meal.
PHRASES in (a) good humour The remarks were made in good humour. He was obviously in a good humour this evening.