funniness funniness  /ˈfə ni nəs/


  • (n) a comic incident or series of incidents



  1. So when I heard Glenn Beck was doing a weeklong, six-city Common Sense Comedy Tour, my funniness ranking went up without my having to do anything.
  2. So I believe it will become very hard to continue the series on the same high level of entertainment and funniness.
  3. I just saw myself in them, my funniness and my need to boss people around and at the same time be taken care of.


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    My wife told me it’s time to write a funny article again, but I told her I lost my funniness. I went searching for it but I think it got lost somewhere between Benghazi and the NSA checking my emails and phone calls.
    on July 20, 2013     Source: Rexburg Standard Journal


  1. Stiller evinces "underwhelming funniness in real life," said returning director Shawn Levy. "What I've found - and I'm sure there are stars who violate this rule - the people who make it really big time take it very seriously and work...
    on May 14, 2009 By: Shawn Levy Source: San Jose Mercury News

  2. "The show is written by MIT-level mathematicians," Avanzino said, laughing. "It's quantified funniness."
    on Jun 25, 2008 By: Peter Avanzino Source:

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