joking

[ US /ˈdʒoʊkɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈə‍ʊkɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by jokes and good humor
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How To Use joking In A Sentence

  • She and I were laughing and joking as the car whipped round curves at 70 mph.
  • ‘You must be joking,’ I wanted to say, but choked on my words as I looked at the moving conveyer and spotted my long-awaited weather-beaten backpack.
  • Conan O'Brien is back at work on the Tonight Show and joking about a stunt accident that gave him what he called a slight concussion. WN.com - Articles related to Whitney Houston: the life, death and rebirth of a pop princess
  • He was jeered for joking about missing jets, then goaded fans to boo louder. The Sun
  • It was only a few months ago they were joking (half-joking) with us about landing Will Smith to star in their original sci-fi project, "Earth Vs. Moon. ‘Zombieland’ Writers Reportedly Scripting ‘G.I. Joe’ Sequel » MTV Movies Blog
  • Joking apart, will you be able to manage on your own?
  • Well, the inquisitor in our party was curious about the specifics of the policy, and jokingly needled the ranger about the prohibition.
  • Vietnamese have jokingly dubbed the shipbuilder "Vinasink. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • It is very difficult to express emotions in email or news; your joking comment appear to be very serious to the recipient and can lead to unmeant reactions or conflicts (flames); so use emoticons to express your intention.
  • Is not joking and Meng Po was a lover. A pull the Qingsi of. A broken Red.
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