humor [ hyoo-mer or, often, yoo- ]
Main Entry: humor
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: comedy, funniness
Synonyms: amusement, badinage, banter, buffoonery, clowning, comicality, comicalness, drollery, facetiousness, farce, flippancy, fun, gag, gaiety, happiness, high spirits, jest, jesting, jocoseness, jocosity, jocularity, joke, joking, joyfulness, kidding, levity, lightness, playfulness, pleasantry, raillery, tomfoolery, whimsy, wisecrack, wit, witticism, wittiness
Antonyms: depression, drama, sadness, seriousness, tragedy, unhappiness
Main Entry: humor
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: mood, temperament
Synonyms: bee, bent, bias, caprice, character, complexion, conceit, disposition, fancy, frame of mind, individualism, individuality, makeup, mind, nature, notion, personality, propensity, quirk, spirits, strain, temper, tone, vagary, vein, whim
Main Entry: accommodate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: perform service
Synonyms: afford, aid, arrange, assist, avail, benefit, bow, comfort, convenience, defer, favor, furnish, gratify, help, humor, indulge, oblige, pamper, please, provide, serve, settle, submit, suit, supply, support, sustain, yield
Antonyms: bar, block, frustrate, hinder, impede, limit, obstruct, prevent, stop
Main Entry: baby
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: treat like a child
Synonyms: cater to, cherish, coddle, cosset, cuddle, dandle, dote on, foster, humor, indulge, nurse, overindulge, pamper, pet, please, satisfy, serve, spoil
Main Entry: caprice
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: sudden change of behavior
Synonyms: bee, caper*, changeableness, contrariety, crotchet, fad, fancy, fickleness, fitfulness, fool notion, freak, gag, humor, impulse, inconsistency, inconstancy, jerk, kink, mood, notion, peculiarity, perversity, put on*, quirk, rib, temper, thought, vagary, vein, whim, whimsy
Antonyms: constancy, constant, dependability, steadfastness
Main Entry: cater
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: provide, help
Synonyms: baby, coddle, cotton, furnish, gratify, humor, indulge, minister to, outfit, pamper, pander to, procure, provision, purvey, spoil, supply, victual
Main Entry: character
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: individuality
Synonyms: appearance, aspect, attribute, badge, bent, caliber, cast, complex, complexion, constitution, crasis, disposition, emotions, estimation, ethos, frame, frame of mind, genius, grain, habit, humor, kind, makeup, mettle, mood, morale, mystique, nature, personality, quality, record, reputation, repute, sense, set, shape, singularity, sort, specialty, spirit, standing, streak, style, temper, temperament, tone, trait, turn, type, vein
Main Entry: class
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: kind, sort, category
Synonyms: branch, brand, breed, cast, caste, character, classification, collection, color, degree, denomination, department, description, designation, distinction, division, domain, estate, family, feather, frame, genre, genus, grade, grain, grouping, hierarchy, humor, ilk, kidney, league, make, mold, name, nature, order, origin, property, province, quality, range, rank, rate, school, sect, section, selection, set, source, species, sphere, standing, status, stripe, style, suit, temperament, value, variety
Main Entry: coddle
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: indulge, pamper
Synonyms: baby, caress, cater to, cosset, cotton, favor, humor, make much of, make over, mollycoddle, nurse, pet, play up to, spoil
Antonyms: ignore, turn away
Main Entry: comedy
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: funny entertainment
Synonyms: ball*, burlesque, camp, chaffing, comic drama, comicality, comicalness, drollery, drollness, facetiousness, farce, field day, fun, fun and games, funnies, funniness, gag show, grins, high camp, high time, hilarity, hoopla, humor, humorousness, interlude, jesting, joking, laughs, light entertainment, merry-go-round, picnic, play on, satire, schtick, send-up, sitcom, slapstick, takeoff, travesty, vaudeville, wisecracking, witticism, wittiness
Antonyms: tragedy
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