Wise, having good judgement.
Possessing a strong intellect or intellectual capacity; intelligent, skilful, ingenious.
Clever; amusingly ingenious.
“His speech was both witty and informative.”
Full of wit.
“His frequent quips mark him as particularly witty.”
Quick of mind; insightful; in possession of wits.
“She may have grown older, but she has grown no less witty.”
Amusing; humorous; comical. from the mid-18th c.
“When I went to the circus, I only found the clowns funny.”
Strange or unusual, often implying unpleasant. from the early 19th c.
“The milk smelt funny so I poured it away.”
“I’ve got a funny feeling that this isn’t going to work.”
Showing unexpected resentment.
A comic strip.
A narrow clinker-built boat for sculling.
In an unusual manner; strangely.
showing or characterized by quick and inventive verbal humour
“Marlowe was charming and witty”
“a witty remark”
causing laughter or amusement; humorous
“the play is hilariously funny”
“a funny story”
used to emphasize that something is serious or should be taken seriously
“stealing other people’s work isn’t funny”
difficult to explain or understand; strange or odd
“I had a funny feeling you’d be around”
“the funny thing is I can’t remember much about it”
“I do get some funny looks”
“it’s a funny old world”
“that’s funny!—that vase of flowers has been moved”
unusual, especially in such a way as to arouse suspicion
“there was something funny going on”
slightly but undefinably unwell
“suddenly my stomach felt funny”
“Are you okay? You look a bit funny”
comic strips in newspapers
“I read the sports page, funnies, and editorial”
a joke or witty remark
“he regaled his hosts with a few funnies”
“I was trying to make a funny, but failed miserably”