Definitions

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  • adj. Full of banter or good-humored raillery.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Full of banter or good-humored raillery.

Etymologies

banter +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Lissete, good point but the proposal in New Moon is fun and bantery.

    Twilight Lexicon » Buddy TV On New Moon

  • For the Slave challenge on sga_flashfic It was supposed to be all intense and dirty and semi-noncon, but instead it came out kind of loopy and bantery and semi-noncon.

    herding fic

  • I prefer it when they keep it more low key and fun and bantery.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • And I don't wanna get all over-sharey and uncomfortable and make you feel like you have to avert your eyes cause you came here for some bantery writer blather and ended up in an unshot episode of In Treatment, so that's all I'm gonna say.

    Grey's Anatomy: Grey Matter

  • He means it just as a bantery, modest way to make Bjorkman feel better, to confirm that he's surprised by how unusually well he played today; but he's also revealing something about what tennis is like for him.

    NAACHGAANA

  • HOWEVER - one downside warning is that you might want to be friends with someone and join their bantery conversations but that person may not accept your friend request or they might "de-friend" you, but that's cool, you know, people have lots of different rules about who they do and don't allow in their friend group, so like if you are friends with a club promoter or dj they may have like 5000 * friends* whereas other people might limit to just people who they know really well. oh and it's possible your old boyfriends might stalk you.

    oh yeah, and i like cheese

  • "Pepper and Tony are very much in their same vibe -- that great bantery, good chemistry kind of thing," says Gwyneth, adding, "This time for the sequel it was like putting on an old pair of shoes.

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  • "Full of banter or good-humored raillery." --Cent. Dict.

    May 19, 2011