Synonyms of funny in English:

funny


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adjective

1‘a book with many funny episodes’

SYNONYMS
amusing, humorous, comic, comical, droll, laughable, chucklesome
hilarious, hysterical, riotous, uproarious
witty, quick-witted, waggish, facetious, jolly, jocular, light-hearted
entertaining, diverting, sparkling, scintillating
silly, absurd, ridiculous, ludicrous, risible, farcical, preposterous, slapstick
informal side-splitting, rib-tickling, laugh-a-minute, wacky, zany, off the wall, killing, a scream, rich, priceless
British informal daft
ANTONYMS

serious, tragic

2‘a funny coincidence’

SYNONYMS
strange, peculiar, odd, queer, weird, bizarre, curious, freakish, freak, quirky
mysterious, mystifying, puzzling, perplexing
unusual, uncommon, anomalous, irregular, abnormal, exceptional, singular, rare, unique, out of the ordinary, extraordinary, outlandish
British out of the common
Scottish unco
British informal, dated rum
ANTONYMS

obvious, straightforward

3‘make sure there are no funny characters hanging around outside’

SYNONYMS
suspicious, suspect, dubious, untrustworthy, questionable
informal shady, fishy, not kosher
British informal dodgy
Australian, New Zealand shonky
ANTONYMS

trustworthy