Funny and Sally


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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

Sally and funny are semantically related In some cases you can use "Sally" instead a noun "Funny".
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
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Sally noun – Something said or done to cause laughter.
Usage example: the final sally made her laugh, and that ended the argument

Funny and sally are semantically related in one-liner topic. Sometimes you can use "Funny" instead a noun "Sally". informal substitute
Nearby Words: sallied, Salley, sallie
Synonyms for Sally

Both words in one sentence

  • Smoking Hot Sex Sally Acorn in an episode of Sonic Shorts, after demonstrating the "funny kiss" to/on Tails.
  • Lucien is seen by everyone but Sally as a brooding boy, when he is in fact funny and warmhearted.
  • Sally Acorn and Bunnie Rabbot of Sonic SatAM had somewhat feminine proportions, but were still clearly Funny Animals.
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