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  • adverb In a joshing manner; teasingly.

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Examples

  • Allan Rich plays the lawyer assigned to the boyfriend and Brock joshingly calls him “E.G.” at one point, which should set off a few alarms at Tubeworld.

    ZONKS OVER EGIE

  • During one segment of his joshingly titled "Jekyll and Hyde" tour, Mr. Schickele is wheeled on stage by a page turner in a nurse's outfit who wantonly rips up pages of the score, ignores the maestro's nods to turn the page, turns too early or turns too late.

    Some Page-Turning Tales

  • Other identities have faded altogether - ever joshingly called anyone a Viking down the pub?

    Could local be the new British?

  • Other identities have faded altogether - ever joshingly called anyone a Viking down the pub?

    Speaking as a People’s Republican…

  • McKKKane is joshingly called President POW because of his former role as editor and publisher of a string of newspapers.

    Citizen McKKKane

  • Economist Ed Yardeni joshingly calls it the Fed's "secret plan to own all financial assets."

    More Bailouts, Please!

  • Economist Ed Yardeni joshingly calls it the Fed's "secret plan to own all financial assets."

    More Bailouts, Please!

  • Always known as Stu, he was one for golf rather than groupies, a real-ale enthusiast and a rhythm and blues purist with a jazz background and a no-nonsense, headmasterly air who joshingly put the other Stones in their place as "three-chord wonders".

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • During one segment of his joshingly titled "Jekyll and Hyde" tour, Mr. Schickele is wheeled on stage by a page turner in a nurse's outfit who wantonly rips up pages of the score, ignores the maestro's nods to turn the page, turns too early or turns too late.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • During one segment of his joshingly titled "Jekyll and Hyde" tour, Mr. Schickele is wheeled on stage by a page turner in a nurse's outfit who wantonly rips up pages of the score, ignores the maestro's nods to turn the page, turns too early or turns too late.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

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