Synonyms of funny in English:

funny


See definition of funny

adjective

1‘a book with many funny episodes’

SYNONYMS

amusing, humorous, comic, comical, droll, laughable, chucklesome

hilarious, hysterical, riotous, uproarious

witty, quick-witted, waggish, facetious, jolly, jocular, light-hearted

entertaining, diverting, sparkling, scintillating

silly, absurd, ridiculous, ludicrous, risible, farcical, preposterous, slapstick

informal side-splitting, rib-tickling, laugh-a-minute, wacky, zany, off the wall, daft, killing, a scream, rich, priceless

ANTONYMS

serious, tragic

2‘a funny coincidence’

SYNONYMS

strange, peculiar, odd, queer, weird, bizarre, curious, freakish, freak, quirky

mysterious, mystifying, puzzling, perplexing

unusual, uncommon, anomalous, irregular, abnormal, exceptional, singular, rare, unique, out of the ordinary, extraordinary, outlandish

British out of the common

Scottish unco

British informal, dated rum

ANTONYMS

obvious, straightforward

3‘make sure there are no funny characters hanging around outside’

SYNONYMS

suspicious, suspect, dubious, untrustworthy, questionable

informal shady, fishy, not kosher

British informal dodgy

NZ Australian shonky

ANTONYMS

trustworthy