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Humorless
Humorless Hu"mor*less, a. Destitute of humor.

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- album by Rochester, New York mathcore band Lethargy. The final track, "Humorless," is a remix of "Humor Me." All tracks written by Lethargy. Erik Burke...
- decision-making authority. Depictions of the Herr Pastor often characterise him as humorless. "Pastoral Concerns". www.leaderu.com.  http://www.religion-online...
- (November 11, 1998) Los Angeles Times Pop Album Review: Emphatic, Catchy, but Humorless. Section: Calendar; Page 2 Baret, Nathalie. (August 11, 2006) Albuquerque...
- AllMusic retrospectively praised the song, calling it "the closest thing to exuberant rock & roll this seemingly humorless band had ever attempted."...
- Advertising Agency on Park Row in New York City in 1891. Fiercely religious and humorless, he endeavored to make his adverti****ts 100% accurate. His values and...
- (Jonathan Penner), a potential love interest; T.J. (Darryl Sivad), a humorless African-American man always clad in dark sungl****es; and Stupid Dave (Mark...
- way: Jim was an extremely uptight and humorless person before he became a drop-out; his brother Tom remained humorless and somewhat mean-spirited throughout...
- furthermore "hideous, cruel, degrading, depressing, relentless, prolonged, humorless, claustrophobic, and a mockery of any surviving tradition in which films...
- position, a commissar at the Ministry in Moscow summons a dedicated and humorless workaholic operative, Nina "Ninotchka" Yoschenko (Cyd Charisse), to bring...