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Dictionary of Humorous Words: Vocabulary Building (English Word Power Book 9) Manik Joshi

Dictionary of Humorous Words: Vocabulary Building (English Word Power Book 9)

Manik Joshi

Published January 25th 2014
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44 pages
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What are Humorous Words?Definition of Humorous Words:Words that are intended to be amusing, entertaining, funny, or comical are called Humorous wordsExamples:beak [noun] - large or pointed nose of somebodyego-surfing [noun] - the activity ofMoreWhat are Humorous Words?Definition of Humorous Words:Words that are intended to be amusing, entertaining, funny, or comical are called Humorous wordsExamples:beak [noun] - large or pointed nose of somebodyego-surfing [noun] - the activity of searching your name in different websites on Internetiron rations [noun] - a small amount of food carried for emergency by soldiers, etc. while climbing or walkingunhand [verb] - to release somebody that you are holdingBesides Humorous words, there are some Idioms and Phrasal Verbs which are used to express humor (amusement or funniness).Example- (idiom): a big cheese - a very important and influential person in a big organizationExample- (phrasal verb): gird (up) your loins - to get ready to do a difficult task or activityImportant Note: Many Humorous words are also used in formal, informal or other sense.Example:BEASTbeast [noun] [Humorous] - a person or thing who is unpleasantbeast [noun] [Informal] - a thing of a particular typebeast [noun] [Formal] - a large and dangerous animalDetailed list of humorous words, parts of speech they belong to, and their meanings are as follows:Sample This:Humorous Words -- Aablutions [noun]the act of washing yourselfabode [noun]somebodys residenceacademe [noun]the world of studying, teaching, etc. at academic institutions e.g. universities and collegesaccoutrements (accouterments) [noun]pieces of equipment that are required for an activity- accessoriesadjourn to... [phrasal verb]to go to another place to calm downof advanced years | sbs advanced age [idiom]used to show that somebody is very old or agedalack [exclamation]used to express sadness or regretallergic [adjective]strong dislike towards somebodyamatory [adjective]relating to physical activity or desireanatomy [noun]a persons bodyancient [adjective]having existed for a very long time- agedantediluvian [adjective]traditional or out-of-dateappurtenance [noun]a smaller part of something larger, superior or more significantassignation [noun]a secret meeting with a lover******