Third-person singular simple present indicative form of humor.(verb)
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Use "humors" in a sentence
"Early Greek physicians believed all medicine could be based on an understanding of these fluids, which they called humors."
"Because their diet was so healthful — Cárdenas thought chile and maize tortillas helped to cleanse and "dry out" the bad humors from the body — they rarely suffered from such maladies as "rheumatism, de ijada, urine or stomach [problems].""
"The name humors me since they are naming it after an event that took place in a state that pretty strongly supports Obama and the Democrats ...."