One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘she told hilarious stories about her friends’
very funny, extremely amusing, hysterically funny, hysterical, uproarious, riotous, farcical, side-splitting, rib-tickling, too funny for words
humorous, entertaining, comic, chucklesome
informal priceless, a scream, a hoot
dated killing, killingly funny
2‘we had a really hilarious evening’
amusing, entertaining, animated, high-spirited, lively, funny, witty, droll, merry, jolly, jovial, jocular, mirthful, cheerful, vivacious, sparkling, uproarious, boisterous, noisy, rowdy
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