[ UK /bˈɑːntɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈbæntɝ/ ]
  1. be silly or tease one another
    After we relaxed, we just kidded around
  1. light teasing repartee
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How To Use banter In A Sentence

  • Too often, they were simply bantered around as high-sounding slogans.
  • It was 20 minutes into the game when any prospect of good-natured banter disappeared.
  • I didn't get any banter. Times, Sunday Times
  • Eh, Brother, don't you mean any and all capitalist running dogs are smelly, of which the Noble House and the House of Chen are chief and dung heavy?" he said banteringly. Noble House
  • There is some queeny banter going on around us.
  • You usually get banter over stuff like this. The Sun
  • This is as dark and downbeat as they come, the occasional lighter moments of banter notwithstanding.
  • Their light-hearted banter takes away the miseries of daily life. The Sun
  • But, frankly, I'd rather point out that having Spitzer and Parker sit so close together and trade sly banter is just plain creepy. Parker Spitzer: no snap or crackle, and not pop
  • You usually get banter over stuff like this. The Sun
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