Alternative terms for "Good humouredness"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Good Humouredness

good form
good fortune
good going
good golly
good gracious
good gravy
good grief
good guy
good guys
good health
good heavens
good hiding
good house
good humor
good humour
good humouredness (current term)
good job
good jobs
good length
good lick
good looking
good looks
good luck
good luck charm
good manners
good morning
good mornings
good morrow
good nature
good naturedness

Literary usage of Good humouredness

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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. ..."

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