Funny and New


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Funny adjective – Causing or intended to cause laughter.
New and funny are semantically related. In some cases you can use "New" instead an adjective "Funny".
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
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New adjective – Taking the place of one that came before.
Funny and new are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Funny" instead an adjective "New".
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
Synonyms for New

Things that words describes

character funny character new character
people funny people new people
sound funny sound new sound
name funny name new name
Other nouns: series, show, way, story, version, song, movie, ways, songs.

Both words in one sentence

  • Comic Strip / Pearls Before Swine Groin Attack: Rat punishes Pig's ignorance by belting him in "the Oompa Loompas." Or Rat's idea of something "new and funny".
  • Inherently Funny Words When discussing the 2008 Nerdfighter website, John finds another word he considers inherently funny — "ning", related to their new site building.
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents Jones of the then-new Two and a Half Men on stage instead, resulting in a HUGE funny moment for everyone involved.
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New or Funny. 2016. Accessed October 21, 2020.

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