(1) I am a gregarious person and have always been given to being a humorist , but I am also an observer.(2) ├ö├ç├┐Yes it has, hasn't it,├ö├ç├û says the Oxfordshire humorist , writer, entertainer, comedienne and broadcaster.(3) The humorist kept the balance of satire by laughing at his own follies and doings.(4) Like all the best writers on religion, Anna was a humorist .(5) But a humorist would choose a different answer.(6) He is one of the most unique and well-known American writers of the twentieth century, known as both a humorist and a humanist, always reminding us with a reassuring irony not to give up on the human race.(7) He wasn't funny, in the recognizable joke - telling way; he was a humorist , which someone once defined as a standup comic who's a nice fellow but doesn't make you laugh.(8) But for a humorist , the wrong kind of seriousness can be fatal.(9) This can be the combination of orator, humorist , speech writer, or playwright.(10) A humorist probably doesn't ├ö├ç├┐play├ö├ç├û much, but he's happy to be working.(11) Since a comedian requires ingenuity, while a humorist can coast on a querulous attitude.(12) Eddie, the writer's father, was a humorist and legendary editor.(13) This situation completely changed the rules of the game for humorists , at least in my case.(14) You'll meet authors and artists, mothers and fathers, cops and lawyers, gamers and hackers, cooks and waitresses, humorists and essayists.(15) Comediennes, humorists , film stars and other famous women mouth off.(16) Most contemporary newspaper humorists are sitting in his shadow, whether they realize it or not.