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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of josh.


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  • Susan, motherless herself, never tired of their talk of home, their mothers, their married sisters, their cousins in convents, their Church picnics and concerts and fairs, and "joshes" -- "joshes" were as the breath of life to this innocent pair.

    Saturday's Child

  • "I already knew you had something jazzy and fancy to say," Brown joshes.

    Job-training program aims to empower the District's hardest to employ

  • Let's see if Ms. Coulter's next appearance on TV, be it Hardball, CNN, or Today gets the kind of fawning attention she's accustomed to where the host joshes along with her and closes out by asking her back.

    Ann Coulter and That Other Dead Celebrity

  • Much better to read Da Fits Reasons You Will Hate Me Friday Q+A which joshes the whole crossover grups thing just right - Not too much snicker, ryvitas, velcro or snark.

    GRUPS like YOU.

  • Forbes's warm-up banquet joke, repeated day after day, unintentionally reveals all: "I got today what the economists say can't happen: a free lunch," Forbes joshes.

    Meet Free-Lunch Forbes

  • He joshes with the cardiologist, gossips with him, never asks about his condition.

    Roosevelt´┐Żs Secret War: FDR and World War II Espionage

  • He joshes with me but I can't get him down to say that he will look.

    Tales of the Road

  • And some joshes him, but they don't seem to be no trouble in the air.

    Danny's Own Story

  • "All right, make joshes of yourselves if you want to," he said, not so good-natured as at first.

    Stanford Stories Tales of a Young University

  • I was on the grin all the afternoon too, thinkin 'of the joshes I was goin' to hand him.



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