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Given to joking.
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  1. Given to joking.
  2. Said as a joke
  3. Joking; humorous; full of fun
Characterized by joking; humorous.
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  1. Characterized by joking; humorous.
  2. Given to joking; merry.
  3. Joking or playful; humorous
(Obsolete) Damp; moist.
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  1. (Obsolete) Damp; moist.
  2. Full of or characterized by humor; funny:
  3. Full of humor or arousing laughter; funny.
Difficult to account for; unusual or odd:
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  1. Difficult to account for; unusual or odd:
  2. Appropriate as the subject of a joke; deserving of a joke. Used in negative sentences to express disapproval or to emphasize the seriousness of something:
  3. Suspiciously odd:
Frivolous and disrespectful; saucy; impertinent
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  1. Frivolous and disrespectful; saucy; impertinent
  2. Marked by disrespectful levity or casualness; pert:
  3. Showing disrespect through a casual attitude, levity, and a lack of due seriousness; pert.
  1. Mischievous, tricky
  2. Like, characteristic of, or befitting a wag; roguishly merry
  3. Done, said, or made in jest; playful
Alternative spelling of joky.
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  1. Alternative spelling of joky.
  2. Amusing; comical or lighthearted; humorous
  3. Characterized by joking or jokes, especially stale or clumsy jokes:
Humorously ironic, mocking, or insincere
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  1. Humorously ironic, mocking, or insincere
  2. Meant or expressed ironically or facetiously.
Done in fun or play, not in earnest
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  1. Done in fun or play, not in earnest
  2. Fond of or full of sport or merriment; playful
  3. Of, or having the nature of, sport, esp. outdoor sport
Full of energy and spirit; lively, brisk, etc.
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  1. Full of energy and spirit; lively, brisk, etc.
Characterized by or having the nature of wit; funny or jocular:
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  1. Characterized by or having the nature of wit; funny or jocular:
  2. Quick of mind; insightful; in possession of wits
  3. Full of wit.
Conducive to fun and laughter; festive
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  1. Conducive to fun and laughter; festive
  2. Full of fun and laughter; lively and cheerful
  3. Marked by or offering fun, good feelings, and liveliness; festive:
Fair and comfortable:
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  1. Fair and comfortable:
  2. Giving or affording pleasure or enjoyment; agreeable:
  3. Giving pleasure; pleasing in manner.
(Obs.) Of or fit for comedy
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  1. (Obs.) Of or fit for comedy
  2. (Archaic) Originally, relating to comedy.
  3. Causing amusement; humorous; funny; droll
Amusingly odd or whimsically comical.
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  1. Amusingly odd or whimsically comical.
  2. Amusing in an odd or wry way
Causing laughter or mirth
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  1. Causing laughter or mirth
  2. Entertaining or pleasing.
  3. Funny, hilarious.
So ridiculous as to deserve laughter or scorn; ludicrous
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  1. So ridiculous as to deserve laughter or scorn; ludicrous
  2. Of such a nature as to cause laughter; amusing
  3. Fitted to excite laughter; humorous.
Handsome, convenient, nice, etc.
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  1. Handsome, convenient, nice, etc.
  2. Skilled at accomplishing things, especially with the hands:
  3. Mentally quick and original; bright:
So absurd or incongruous as to be laughable.
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  1. So absurd or incongruous as to be laughable.
  2. So absurd, ridiculous, or exaggerated as to cause or merit laughter
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  1. Resembling a farce; ludicrous; absurd
  2. Ridiculously clumsy; absurd.
  3. Of, or having the nature of, a farce; absurd, ridiculous, etc.
Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
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  1. Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
  2. Playful or fanciful, especially in a humorous way:
  3. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
  1. Imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined
  2. Full of fancy; indulging in fancies; imaginative in a playful way; whimsical
  3. Showing fancy in construction or design; quaint; odd
(Now rare) Cheeky, impertinent (especially of children or social inferiors). [from 15th c.]
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  1. (Now rare) Cheeky, impertinent (especially of children or social inferiors). [from 15th c.]
  2. Small or firm and well-formed:
  3. Attractive or stylish in appearance:
Having light; not dark; bright
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  1. Having light; not dark; bright
  2. Designed to carry relatively little weight:
  3. Intended primarily as entertainment and lacking serious or weighty content:
Lacking or exhibiting a lack of reverence; disrespectful.
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  1. Lacking or exhibiting a lack of reverence; disrespectful.
  2. Critical of what is generally accepted or respected; satirical:
Fun, recreational, not serious.
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  1. Fun, recreational, not serious.
  2. Experimental.
  3. Liking play, prone to play frequently, such as a child or kitten; rather sportive.
Suggesting puzzlement; questioning.
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  1. Suggesting puzzlement; questioning.
  2. Eccentric; odd.
  3. Strange or eccentric.
Marked by the absence of natural or normal moisture:
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  1. Marked by the absence of natural or normal moisture:
  2. Having or characterized by little or no rain:
  3. No longer wet:
(Archaic) Abnormally twisted or bent to one side; crooked:
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  1. (Archaic) Abnormally twisted or bent to one side; crooked:
  2. Made by twisting or distorting the features
  3. Dry, ironic, sardonic, etc.
Witty; pungent; earthy:
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  1. Witty; pungent; earthy:
  2. Sharp; piquant; witty
  3. Suggestive of the sea or sailing life.
(Of a person) Having the personality trait of expressing sarcasm.
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  1. (Of a person) Having the personality trait of expressing sarcasm.
  2. Of, having the nature of, or characterized by sarcasm; sneering, caustic, cutting, etc.
  3. Given to using sarcasm:
Having the quality of irony; directly opposite to what is or might be expected
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  1. Having the quality of irony; directly opposite to what is or might be expected
  2. Using, or given to the use of, irony
  3. Poignantly contrary to what was expected or intended:
Of, like, or containing satire
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  1. Of, like, or containing satire
  2. Of, pertaining to, or connected with satire.
  3. Given to or fond of making satirical remarks.
  1. Idle or frivolous
  2. Frivolous or foolish:
  3. Of little worth or importance.
That makes or uses a pun.
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  1. That makes or uses a pun.
Having the nature of an epigram; terse, witty, etc.
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  1. Having the nature of an epigram; terse, witty, etc.
  2. Containing or using epigrams
  3. Containing or given to the use of epigrams.
Lacking propriety or decorum.
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  1. Lacking propriety or decorum.
  2. Not decorous; lacking decorum, propriety, good taste, etc.; unseemly
Deserving ridicule
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  1. Deserving ridicule
  2. Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly.
(Informal) Enjoyable; pleasant
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  1. (Informal) Enjoyable; pleasant
  2. Full of high spirits and good humor; merry
  3. Exhibiting or occasioning happiness or mirth; cheerful:
Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.
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  1. Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality.
  2. Cheerful; genial
(Informal) Flippant; saucy; impertinent
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  1. (Informal) Flippant; saucy; impertinent
  2. Marked by casual disrespect; impertinent:
Of or relating to comedy.
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  1. Of or relating to comedy.
  2. Of or having to do with comedy
Difficult to account for; unusual or odd:
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  1. Difficult to account for; unusual or odd:
  2. Appropriate as the subject of a joke; deserving of a joke. Used in negative sentences to express disapproval or to emphasize the seriousness of something:
  3. Causing laughter or amusement:
  1. Full of humor or arousing laughter; funny.
  2. Full of or characterized by humor; funny:
  3. Having or expressing humor; funny; amusing; comical
Given to joking; merry.
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  1. Given to joking; merry.
  2. Characterized by joking; humorous.
  3. Joking or playful; humorous
Given to joking.
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  1. Given to joking.
  2. Said as a joke
  3. Joking; humorous; full of fun
Quick of mind; insightful; in possession of wits
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  1. Quick of mind; insightful; in possession of wits
  2. Entertainingly and strikingly clever or original in concept, design, or performance:
  3. Characterized by or having the nature of wit; funny or jocular:
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