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- n. teasing
- n. joking
- n. jesting
- v. Present participle of banter.
- adj. That teases
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- adj. cleverly amusing in tone
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Right, because all of this bantering is all about no one?
I am 25 years old, and I think that this elementary school bantering is childish, (this is going to get me flamed) and better left for the playgrounds.
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His glittering eyes rested for a moment in bantering triumph on
Thus he makes a jest of the everlasting gospel, that great truth which the chief priests hated and persecuted, and which Christ was now witnessing to and suffering for; and like men of no religion, who take a pleasure in bantering all religions, he ridicules both sides; and therefore Christ made him no reply.
They take a pride and pleasure in bantering all mankind; they are pests of the country, for they neither fear God nor regard man.
Those who scorn to submit to the discipline of religion, scorn to take God's yoke upon them, scorn to be beholden to his grace, who scoff at godliness and godly people, and take a pleasure in bantering and exposing them, God will scorn them, and lay them open to scorn before all the world.
I loved Logan and Veronica's friendship and their bantering was always perfect.
When Carson died in 2005, McMahon said he was "like a brother to me," and recalled bantering with him on the phone a few months earlier.
So there is my ground I stand on in the debate- if you can call your bantering debate- TheSeixon.
She laughed at him, but behind her bantering was a new respect for Ward's astuteness.