# English

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What is the difference between HUMERUS and HUMOROUS? (Besides the spellings) Thanks!!

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Humerus I think is a bone and humorous is funny.

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Check the definitions at Dictionary.com.

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Thanks Christine and Ms. Sue!!

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You're welcome.

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