Funny and One-liner


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Funny noun – Something said or done to cause laughter.
Usage example: let's can the funnies—we've got serious work to do here

One-liner and funny are semantically related. In some cases you can use "One-liner" instead a noun "Funny".
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
Synonyms for Funny


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One-liner noun – Something said or done to cause laughter.
Usage example: the senator deftly inserted some smart one-liners into an otherwise sober speech

Funny and one-liner are semantically related. You can use "Funny" instead a noun phrase "One-liner".
Synonyms for One-liner

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  • Film / Demon Hunter Badass Longcoat: Asmodeus wears one, while Jake just wears a Badass Coat Bond One-Liner: Jake to the Succubus was funny: "You should have stayed on top." Deadpan Snarker: Everything that comes out of Jake's mouth is emotionless.
  • Scary Scarecrows Notable for some decent scarecrow-related special effects deaths and an Actually Pretty Funny Pre-Mortem One-Liner.
  • Costume Test Montage He or she will often try a funny one-liner matching the costume's persona, or just as often dismiss it with a quip, usually "too butch" or "too much" (in which case the next one is "too little").
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