humourlessly


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humourlessly

(ˈhjuːməlɪslɪ) or

humorlessly

adv
in a humourless manner
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Adv.1.humourlessly - in a humorless manner; "he reacted rather humorlessly to these rumors"
Translations

humourlessly

, (US) humorlessly
advhumorlos, ohne jeden Humor

humourlessly

[ˈhjuːməlɪslɪ] advsenza umorismo
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