humour (v.) Old form(s): humor , humors
like the mood of, find enjoyable, indulge
CE IV.iv.79[Pinch to Adriana, of Dromio supposedly humouring Antipholus of Ephesus] The fellow finds his vein, / And, yielding to him, humours well his frenzy
JC I.ii.312[Cassius alone] If I were Brutus now, and he were Cassius, / He should not humour me
LLL III.i.11[Mote to Armado, of a tune] humour it with turning up your eyelids
MW I.iii.51[Nym to Falstaff and Pistol] Humour me the angels
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