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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfunniesfun‧nies /ˈfʌniz/ noun   the funnies
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funniesI had just about run myself dry of duff funnies regarding the trusty Smith and Whatsaname.The crumpled paper turned out to be more funnies that he had painstakingly cut out.I had lost my funnies in the revolutionary storm.Like a bomb the show exploded, the funnies, the falsetto, Timothy himself.Sounds more like the news pages than the funnies.She would be watching the funnies on television.
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