Humorous vs Tarantinoesque - What's the difference?

humorous | tarantinoesque |


As adjectives the difference between humorous and tarantinoesque

is that humorous is full of humor or arousing laughter; funny while tarantinoesque is reminiscent of the works or themes of (quentin tarantino) (born 1963), american film director and actor, best known for violent yet humorous films with nonlinear plots.

humorous

English

Alternative forms

* humourous (unusual )

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Full of humor or arousing laughter; funny.
  • The waiters were so humorous - one even did a backflip for us, when we asked him.
  • Showing humor; witty, jocular.
  • (obsolete) Damp or watery.
  • (obsolete) Dependent on or caused by one's humour or mood; capricious, whimsical.
  • *, II.8:
  • It is a melancholy humor of writing into my head.

    Synonyms

    * (arousing laughter ): amusing, funny * (witty ): amusing, jocular, witty * See also * See also

    Derived terms

    * humorously

    tarantinoesque

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Reminiscent of the works or themes of (Quentin Tarantino) (born 1963), American film director and actor, best known for violent yet humorous films with nonlinear plots.
  • English eponyms