jokingly

[ UK /d‍ʒˈə‍ʊkɪŋli/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒoʊkɪŋɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in jest
    I asked him jokingly whether he thought he could drive the Calcutta-Peshawar express
  2. not seriously
    I meant it facetiously
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How To Use jokingly In A Sentence

  • Well, the inquisitor in our party was curious about the specifics of the policy, and jokingly needled the ranger about the prohibition.
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  • ‘Now, I get very panicky at the sound of a loud explosion caused by a tire blowout or the sound of a car backfiring in the parking lot,’ he said jokingly.
  • Instead, Jackson used the term jokingly to describe a false report that EPA planned to add some 230,000 new regulators. USATODAY.com News
  • He jokingly refuted suggestions his horse won the race because of rumours the nag had been given steroids.
  • Over the years we have become fast friends, and my wife jokingly calls her my girlfriend.
  • A short , shaven - headed youngster said jokingly into the silence.
  • She jokingly replied," I'm here to meet a rich husband,get married,have a couple of children,and then retire and travel.
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