Part of speech:
Frame of mind; disposition; mood
A flippant or facetious remark, often a gibe or retort
A joke or jest; esp., a practical joke
The definition of a pleasantry is a polite social remark made as part of general conversation, or a little joke.
The definition of a placebo is a tablet, liquid, or other form of medication that actually contains no active ingredients, no actual medication or no therapeutic effect.
A person as the embodiment of distinctive traits of mind and behavior.
The definition of levity is silly or light speech or behavior, usually at an inappropriate time.
A mischievous trick; a prank:
Something humorous, funny or comical.
The definition of a comedy is a play, film or book that is light, funny and generally has a happy ending or any entertainment or amusement that is funny.
The definition of banter is a playful conversation.
A whimsical idea or its expression; a caprice.
(Uncommon) A salt marsh, a saline marsh at the shore of a sea.
Something absurd or ridiculous, as an obvious pretense
Something trivial or foolish; nonsense.
Good-natured teasing or ridicule; banter.
(Archaic) An odd or sudden fancy; whim
Vagary is an odd, unexpected action.
A caprice or fancy.
Quickness of apprehension; active imagination; lively fancy.
The definition of a vein is a blood vessel that is part of the circulation system through which blood is carried or a streak of something.
An attitude marked by enthusiasm, energy, or courage:
To grant as by favour; to bestow in concession, or in compliance with a wish or request.
The definition of appease is to pacify or quiet someone by giving them what they want.
To pamper; coddle
To do a service or favor for:
The definition of spoil is to destroy something, to diminish the character of something, to overindulge someone, or to go bad and become unusable or inedible.
Placate is defined as to soothe someone who is angry or upset by making concessions.
To be glad.
To please, gratify, delight, etc.
To treat indulgently; baby.
To pet is to rub, pat or touch something or someone with affection.
To give in to; gratify:
To be particularly attentive or solicitous; minister:
A category or set of verb forms or inflections used to indicate such an attitude. In English, the indicative mood is used to make factual statements, the subjunctive mood to indicate doubt or unlikelihood, and the imperative mood to express a command.
The definition of wit is good sense, or powers of thinking, or a quick sense of humor.
A sudden fancy; idle and passing notion; capricious idea or desire
The manner of thinking, behaving, or reacting characteristic of a specific person.
The definition of a satire is the use of irony, sarcasm and humor to criticize or show the ignorance of people.
The qualities or temperament that constitute a personality; disposition:
Inclination is defined as a tendency towards something, such as a behavior or a habit.
A state of matter, such as liquid or gas, in which the component particles (generally molecules) can move past one another. Fluids flow easily and conform to the shape of their containers.
One's customary frame of mind; one's nature or temperament
An inclination to change one's mind impulsively:
The definition of amusement is the feeling you have when you see or hear something that makes you laugh or raises your spirits.
The definition of an impulse is a strong urge or unexplainable urge.
General appearance or nature; character; aspect
The branch of drama having to do with such plays
Something that checks or restrains:
The definition of anger is to make someone mad or aggravated.
To call forth; evoke
A reduction in physiological vigor or activity:
Theatrical plays of a particular kind or period:
To give satisfaction.
(Obsolete) To give admittance to; receive.
To give a sense of ease to
To oppose or withstand something; offer resistance
The pleasure afforded by being entertained; amusement:
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