Alternative terms for "Good humouredness"
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Good Humouredness
Literary usage of Good humouredness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb, Thomas Noon Talfourd (1850)
"... or perhaps mere good humouredness and carelessness of mind (negation of evil) only, yet enough to give a relaxation to the frowning brow of satire, ..."
2. Resolves, Divine, Moral and Political by Owen Felltham (1820)
"... the good-humouredness of his character. " Discontent," (he observes,) " is so busied in grieving as to have " neither room nor time to consider what ..."
3. Leicester Square: Its Associations and Its Worthies by Tom Taylor, Richard Owen (1874)
"... a face that indicates goodness, or perhaps mere good-humouredness and carelessness of mind (negatives of evil) only, yet enough to give a relaxation to ..."
4. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1868)
"There is genuine power in him, and there is a vigour, frankness, and good- humouredness in his utterances, which we recognise as effective and fascinating. ..."