Funny-book



noun, Older Use.
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    noun phrase A dramatically modified car, usually having a powerful engine, oversized wheels, a raised rear suspension, etc, esp a drag racer so modified: The ”funny” car, built for speed (1980s+)

  • Funny-farm

    noun, Slang. 1. a psychiatric hospital. noun 1. (facetious) a mental institution noun phrase A mental hospital, rest home for alcoholics, etc; laughing academy: Who put me in your private funny house?/ They must all have died in flop-houses or on state funny-farms (1963+)



  • Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar

    question Do you mean something funny that’s amusing, or something funny that’s strange?: Gore Vidal: You can see it in the career of Woody Allen, who was wildly funny. Kopkind: Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar? (1938+)

  • Funnyman

    [fuhn-ee-man] /ˈfʌn iˌmæn/ noun, plural funnymen. 1. a comedian or humorist.



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