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Definition of funny:

  1. A clinkerbuit, narrow boat for sculling.
  2. Droll; comical; amusing; laughable.


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Usage examples:

  • It must have been very funny."

    - "East of the Shadows", Mrs. Hubert Barclay.
  • " That's funny," said Bunny.

    - "Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue", Laura Lee Hope.
  • It was funny- life was funny.

    - "Undertow", Kathleen Norris.