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*1751, (w), ''The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle'', vol. III, ch. 88:
- She and the duke used to rally me upon my fondness for lord W—m, who was a sort of an humourist, and apt to be in a pet, in which case he would leave the company, and go to bed by seven o'clock in the evening.
*1792, (w), in Danziger & Brady (eds.), ''Boswell: The Great Biographer'' (Journals 1789–1795), Yale 1989, p. 175:
- I called on him and found him a contemporary of Beauclerk and Langton at Trinity College, Oxford, and a man of reading and animation, but a kind of humourist.
A humorous or witty person, especially someone skilled in humorous writing or performance. (defdate)
One who studies or portrays the humours of people.
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