Funny and Uncommon


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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

Uncommon and funny are semantically related. in unusual topic. In some cases you can use "Uncommon" instead an adjective "Funny".
Nearby Words: funning, funnily
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Uncommon adjective – Noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced.
Usage example: backyard swimming pools are not an uncommon sight in that neighborhood

Funny and uncommon are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Funny" instead an adjective "Uncommon".
Nearby Word: uncommonly
Synonyms for Uncommon

Things that words describes

people funny people uncommon people
event funny event uncommon event
name funny name uncommon name
parts funny parts uncommon parts
Other nouns: case, example, variant, events.

Both words in one sentence

  • Actually Pretty Funny It's not uncommon for CinemaSins to remove sins for genuinely good or funny moments, but the GIRL scene from Inside Out gets nothing but near hysterical laughter followed by one sin removed.
  • While they don't often resort to outright theft, it's not uncommon to see them do things in the early books because it made things easier, or it was funny.
  • Music / Oh My Girl Funny Background Event: It's not uncommon for one or more members to goof off in the back of their self-camera segments on their V Live broadcasts, with Binnie being a regular offender.
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