List of 93 Words That Sound Funny
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|Fear of not having anything to read.
|To abruptly depart.
|Lacking a brain.
|A quarrel over an unimportant issue.
|Baffled; totally confused.
|Coarse language packed with profanity.
|To talk in a long-winded fashion.
|A layer of fat on marine animals; to weep loudly.
|Rumbling noise made by the stomach.
|Written from right to left and left to right on alternating lines.
|A cord to hold up trousers.
|To confuse or confound.
|To cuddle or pet.
|Bad-tempered, stubborn, or argumentative.
|Ideas that are nonsensical or incorrect.
|A slice of roast meat.
|Nervousness accompanied by queasiness.
|A just punishment or fate.
|Sickness caused by overeating or drinking.
|Excessive sensual indulgence.
|A vowel sound combining two vowels.
|Extremely confused and out of sorts.
|A lump of a soft substance, often a food such as cream.
|An uproarious scene or heated argument.
|To draw casually.
|Something out of the ordinary.
|Amazed to the point of speechlessness.
|Of or related to hedgehogs.
|Inane or foolish.
|Lacking physical strength or strength of mind.
|To achieve something using underhanded methods.
|Very fussy or particular in requirements.
|A frivolous or excessively talkative person.
|A conservative, old-fashioned person.
|An interjection used to warn people of waste being thrown from windows.
|A grotesque statue of an imaginary creature, used to send rainwater away from the walls of a building.
|A high-pitched, silly laugh.
|Language that is so technical or full of jargon as to make no sense.
|Relating to surreal, semi-fictionalized journalism.
|A protective friend or associate.
|Fish scraps; gadgetry; a foolish person.
|Unplanned; left to chance.
|An awkward young person.
|Meaningless talk or sleight of hand.
|An assortment of unrelated items.
|Nonsense; false or ludicrous beliefs.
|To trick or deceive.
|Loud noise or confusion, usually caused by a group of people.
|Of an unfriendly disposition.
|To pledge or pawn something.
|As soon as possible.
|Senseless talk or nonsense.
|To spoil or pamper someone.
|An aloof person, or one who remains independent in politics.
|One who lacks strength and courage.
|A foolish or useless person.
|The act of stretching when yawning or waking.
|Laconic; using few words.
|A dubious lawyer.
|Self-important; overly solemn.
|Leaves of paper or parchment in a manuscript.
|Boisterous and energetic.
|In a state of disrepair or carelessly constructed.
|A new shoot in a crop plant.
|A long, complex story or procedure.
|A mischievous or dishonest activity.
|Small bushes growing close to the ground.
|Spraying saliva while talking.
|To leave hastily.
|One who always finds fault.
|A big sword-like knife.
|An unprincipled, scheming individual.
|To cow or bully.
|An argument, usually over a minor matter.
|A tool used to remove water from surfaces.
|A sucking noise often heard on contact with mud.
|A silly lie or pretentious nonsense.
|A hermit or a person who lives in a cave.
|An entrance or exit in a theater or stadium.
|Weary or a little unwell.
|Weak or insipid in character.
|A low-scoring whist or bridge hand.
|A mental disorder in which sufferers believe themselves to be animals.