Definition of Funninesses

1. Noun. (plural of funniness) ¹



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Definition of Funninesses

1. funniness [n] - See also: funniness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Funninesses

funneling
funnelled
funnelless
funnelling
funnels
funnelshaped
funner
funness
funnest
funnier
funnies
funniest
funnily
funnily enough
funniness
funninesses (current term)
funning
funnish
funny bone
funny bones
funny book
funny books
funny car
funny cars
funny farm
funny farms
funny ha-ha
funny ha ha

Literary usage of Funninesses

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1. The Bookman (1906)
"The doctor is not the only diversion on shipboard ; we are all of us stepping aside to laugh at one another, quite unmindful of our own funninesses. ..."

2. Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review edited by Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart (1880)
"He was a walking comic paper, and his stock of 'funninesses' never seemed exhausted. Every evening when his'tea was over, Red would waltz round and round ..."

3. A Motor Car Divorce by Louise Closser Hale, Decorative Designers, Dodd, Mead & Company (1906)
"The doctor is not the only diversion on shipboard; we are all of us stepping aside to laugh at one another, quite unmindful of our own funninesses. ..."

4. The Land of Every Man by Albert Kinross (1907)
"... accepting readymade conclusions, the shallow funninesses of imbeciles and clowns, placing himself on a level with personages in " smart" society, ..."

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