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- v. Present participle of joke.
- v. Kidding, trying to fool.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. intended as a joke; -- of communications.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by jokes and good humor
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If you really think that, then although I do not think you are inferior, I do think you are despicable. blender: Is this all that different than John McCain joking about bombing Iran to rile up the base for political gain?
Is this all that different than John McCain joking about bombing Iran to rile up the base for political gain?
He agreed and was again joking around -- he even showed me his Elvis impression.
But my response is, invariably, what Marla said, the key to joking is that it has to be * funny*.
No matter how stinging the remark, the jokester also shares in being the butt of the joke, because joking is the activity, not scoring points.
But at such a time as this I feel it would ill befit me to take up much time in joking when there is so much that is tragic in progress.
I wish I could describe the tone of voice in which the word joking was repeated by the elder Mr. Bertram.
He chewed out Handsome Dick Manitoba when he called joking that he’d heard Joey was having wild parties in his room and asked why he hadn’t invited him.
Nowitzki called the joking "childish," and for a few days, the Finals slipped into junior-high-school-cafeteria territory.
We all know the term joking about the walking wounded; I call this group the walking dead and this in no JOKE!!!
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