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- adv. In a joking manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a joking way; sportively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a joking manner; in a merry way.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in jest
- adv. not seriously
Instead, Jackson used the term jokingly to describe a false report that EPA planned to add some 230,000 new regulators.
We have what we call jokingly, the Butter Knife Brigades and I will mention this again.
Sterne was a village vicar in the Church of England for about twenty-two years; The Sermons of Mr. Yorick are his own Mr. Yorick is a character in Tristram Shandy, distantly related to Hamlet's Yorick; Sterne applies the name jokingly to himself. posted by Brandon | 12:57 PM
"Look out one of the sea gulls doesn't take you for a bite of breakfast," he called jokingly after him.
This was a place of great memory for the man and his family, a place he called jokingly
FriendFeed account, something I call jokingly, "The River of Rex."
They’d given him the name jokingly—everyone in the mob had a nickname—but it had stuck.
Federation of Business and Professional Women and I was what she called jokingly ... and the joking was proper, "her campaign
One of Rice's friends has recalled jokingly discussing with her whose white ancestors were more aristocratic.
Fil added: "Then there's the bonito, as big as a pig, though its name jokingly means 'good little one'; the sail fish which lifts its fin into the wind; and the garoupa."