humour英 [ˈhju:mə(r)] 美 [ˈhjumɚ]humour的解释第三人称单数：humours第三人称复数：humours现在分词：humouring过去分词：humoured过去式：humouredhumour
1. (幽默) 幽默是调节心理的灵丹：H- help (帮助)在学生最需要的时候及时给予帮助. | humour (幽默)幽默是调节心理的灵丹. | I- ignite (点燃)点燃儿童心中的明灯.
2. 幽默,幽默感：humorous 富于幽默的 | humour 幽默,幽默感 | hundred 百,百个 n.许多
1. And though we are discussing a most sombre subject, there is much laughter: both Schels and Lakotta have a wonderful ability to find pathos and humour in many of their experiences.
2. If these intimations of a something behind and beyond are not evil humour born of indigestion.
3. I don't always inject my sense of humour into my technical writing though.
4. Much of their humour is highly soph is ticated and elusively subtle.
5. Black humour and self-deprecation replaced the self-congratulation of past years.
6. Steerforth, lying at the Inn, had nothing to consult but his own humour
7. They were given life by the element of fire in the form of lightning, and they suffer from an excess of choleric humour.
8. Something in the woman's cool, cynical, upper-handish manner, as if she were already master, caused him to feel for the moment as if he could strangle her. She gazed at him -- a pythoness in humour.
9. All this is combined with strong irreverent humour that often include explicit scenes of a sexual nature, as the golden shower scene of his first 35mm film, ''Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Woman on the Heap''(Spanish:''Pepi, Luci, Bom y otras chicas del montón''), attests.
10. For who could be free, when every other man`s humour might domineer over him?