Funny and Idiosyncratic

Funny

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Funny adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: that's funny, for I could have sworn I put my keys right here yesterday

Idiosyncratic and funny are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Idiosyncratic" instead an adjective "Funny".
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
Synonyms for Funny

Idiosyncratic

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Idiosyncratic adjective – Peculiar to the individual.
Funny and idiosyncratic are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Funny" instead an adjective "Idiosyncratic".
Nearby Word: idiosyncrasy
Synonyms for Idiosyncratic

Things that words describes

reaction funny reaction idiosyncratic reaction
name funny name idiosyncratic name
series funny series idiosyncratic series
way funny way idiosyncratic way
Other nouns: example, version, ways.

Both words in one sentence

  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Each comic is given a bleakly funny title that describes the general tone of Red Meat.
  • Fetish: Much of the weirdness aboard the ship is derived from character's idiosyncratic kinks:Music: The SheikThe Male Form: Sparks, the tennis proViolent Political Revolution: Voltri Funny Background Event: When Arthur sets down his impossibly large martini, Happy Franks steals it.
  • Webcomic / Combo Rangers Meganekko: Lisa Mood Whiplash: The JBC series was quite prone to this, swinging between light-hearted and funny in one issue, to action-packed (but not without the idiosyncratic humor) in another, to a heartwarming tear-jerking tale in another.
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Idiosyncratic and Funny. (2016). Retrieved 2019, August 21, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/funny/idiosyncratic
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