humorless vs humourless what difference

what is difference between humorless and humourless

English

Alternative forms

  • humourless (Canada, U.K.)

Etymology

From humor +‎ -less.

Adjective

humorless (comparative more humorless, superlative most humorless)

  1. (American spelling) Lacking humor or levity; serious; not funny, amusing, amused, or lighthearted.
    He watched the little dog’s antics with a humorless stare.

Translations



English

Etymology

humour +‎ -less

Adjective

humourless (comparative more humourless, superlative most humourless)

  1. (British spelling, Canada) Alternative spelling of humorless

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