Part of speech:
Having or expressing humor; funny; amusing; comical
Tending to deceive; apt to lie or cheat
Like, characteristic of, or befitting a wag; roguishly merry
Of, like, or characteristic of a rogue
Of or befitting an imp; mischievous.
Full of hearty, playful good humor; genial and cheerful
Of a claim or assertion in litigation, that it lacks merit or substance; often a pejorative term, implying bad faith or negligence by the pleading party.
Marked by disrespectful levity or casualness; pert:
Amusingly odd or whimsically comical.
Habitually phony or dishonest:
Tending to mislead; deceptive.
Full of pranks; mischievous or frolicsome
Not harsh or severe:
Joking or trying to be jocular, esp. at an inappropriate time
Humorously ironic, mocking, or insincere
Joking; humorous; full of fun
Having or showing intelligence; bright.
The definition of serious is showing deep thought, not joking, or a situation that requires careful thought.
(--- Theol.) So evil as to cause spiritual death; mortal
Being or occurring between sexual partners who are not in an established relationship:
Gull is defined as to trick.
To film a scene in a movie.
To break apart or attenuate to the point of disappearing:
To dupe or cheat
To deceive or swindle
(Archaic) To contrive something secretly; plot; scheme
To undermine in any way; weaken; exhaust
To surpass in cleverness or cunning; outsmart:
Jerk is defined as to pull, push or throw in a sharp sudden motion.
To try to mislead opponents in a card game by heavy betting on a poor hand or by little or no betting on a good one.
To deceive or cheat by trickery; dupe
The definition of hoodwink is to trick or deceive someone.
To introduce an adulterant, additive, or impurity into (another substance) in order to produce a deliberate change
Clown means to perform tricks and jokes in a circus or at a party, or to act foolishly.
To violate rules deliberately, as in a game:
To hit or push something with the head or horns.
To twirl or play with lightly or idly
To tinker is defined as to play around with something, or to try to change or fix it.
(Intransitive) To be active, but not excessively busy, at a task or a series of tasks.
(Music) To perform on an instrument:
(Informal) To play, fool, trifle, or meddle
To play or fuss; fiddle:
(Informal) To play a fiddle
To bungle; muddle; botch
Meddle is defined as intrude in someone else's life or business.
(Informal) To play music in a casual, informal way
To deceive or trick.
To mislead by means of a petty trick or fraud; deceive.
To betray is to be disloyal, to reveal secrets, or to reveal your location to an enemy.
To play (a musical piece).
To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
To grow vigorously; flourish:
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