Meaning of humourlessness in English:



See humourless

‘It's indicative of the novel's general humourlessness.’
  • ‘I have instant recall for its mesmerising humourlessness.’
  • ‘And he represents everything women claim to loathe in men: vanity, stupidity, humourlessness.’
  • ‘And doesn't their apparent humorlessness entitle us to laugh at them?’
  • ‘The humorlessness, self-importance, and complete lack of depth were horrifying but entertaining.’