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Another word for joke

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Noun
  1. Words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

      1. A sound made in imitation of laughter.
      2. Used to express amusement or scorn.
      1. Something forced into or put over the mouth to prevent speaking or crying out.
      2. An obstacle to or a censoring of free speech.
      3. A device placed in the mouth to keep it open, as in dentistry.
      1. Causing laughter or amusement:
      2. Making or given to making amusing jokes or witticisms:
      3. 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:
      1. A clever, witty remark.
      2. To make quips or a quip.
      3. To say (something) as a quip.
      1. A playful or frivolous mood or manner:
      2. A playful remark; a witticism or joke.
      3. A playful or amusing act; a prank.
      1. To joke or quip.
      2. To make sport of.
      3. A joke or quip.
      1. Something forced into or put over the mouth to prevent speaking or crying out.
      2. An obstacle to or a censoring of free speech.
      3. A device placed in the mouth to keep it open, as in dentistry.
    See also:

    laughter

  2. Something or someone uproariously funny or absurd

      1. A wild or turbulent disturbance created by a large number of people.
      2. A violent disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons assembled for a common purpose.
      3. An unrestrained outbreak, as of laughter or passions.
      1. A sudden, overpowering feeling of fear, often affecting many people at once.
      2. A state of extreme anxiety, such as that involved in a panic attack.
      3. A state of frantic activity, usually accompanied by extreme concern or anxiety:
      1. To utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound.
      2. To cry or wail loudly, as in pain, sorrow, or anger.
      3. To laugh heartily.
      1. The state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by relatively low density and viscosity, relatively great expansion and contraction with changes in pressure and temperature, the ability to diffuse readily, and the spontaneous tendency to become distributed uniformly throughout any container.
      2. A substance in the gaseous state.
      3. A gaseous fuel, such as natural gas.
      1. To utter a long loud piercing cry, as from pain or fear.
      2. To make a loud piercing sound:
      3. To speak or write in an excited or fearful manner.
      1. To express certain emotions, especially mirth or delight, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements.
      2. To show or feel amusement or good humor:
      3. To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
      1. To utter the characteristic cry of an owl.
      2. To make a loud raucous cry, especially of derision or contempt.
      3. To shout down or drive off with jeering cries:
      1. the quality or state of being absurd; nonsense
      2. an absurd idea or thing
  3. An object of amusement or laughter

    See also:

    respect

Verb
  1. To tease or mock good-humoredly

      1. A raspberry sound; a Bronx cheer.
      2. To deride, heckle, or tease:
      1. A scrap of cloth.
      2. A piece of cloth used for cleaning, washing, or dusting.
      3. Threadbare or tattered clothing.
      1. Jazz or swing music.
      2. The jargon of jazz musicians and enthusiasts.
      3. Deceptive, nonsensical, or glib talk:
      1. To be carried or conveyed, as in a vehicle or on horseback.
      2. To participate in a board sport such as snowboarding.
      3. To travel over a surface:
      1. One of a series of long curved bones occurring in 12 pairs in humans and extending from the spine to or toward the sternum.
      2. A similar bone in most vertebrates.
      3. A part or piece similar to a rib and serving to shape or support:
      1. A young goat.
      2. One of the young of certain similar animals.
      3. The flesh of a young goat.
      1. To tease (someone) good-humoredly:
      2. To make or exchange good-humored jokes; banter.
      3. A teasing or joking remark.
      1. The dry bracts enclosing mature grains of wheat and some other cereal grasses, removed during threshing.
      2. The scales or bracts borne on the receptacle among the small individual flowers of many plants in the composite family.
      3. Finely cut straw or hay used as fodder.
      1. Good-humored, playful, or teasing conversation.
      2. To engage in banter:
      3. To speak to in a playful or teasing way:
    See also:

    laughter

Another word for joke

Noun
  1. An action intended to be funny

    See also:

    trick

  2. Words intended to be funny

  3. A ridiculous person or thing

      1. Something false or empty that is purported to be genuine:
      2. Deceitfulness or pretense:
      3. One who claims to be what he or she is not; an impostor or fraud:
      1. To express certain emotions, especially mirth or delight, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements.
      2. To show or feel amusement or good humor:
      3. To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
      1. A light dramatic work in which highly improbable plot situations, exaggerated characters, and often slapstick elements are used for humorous effect.
      2. The branch of literature constituting such works.
      3. The broad or spirited humor characteristic of such works.
      1. Scornfully contemptuous ridicule; derision.
      2. A specific act of ridicule or derision:
      3. An object of scorn or ridicule:
      1. To hit or push against with the head or horns; ram.
      2. To hit or push something with the head or horns.
      3. To project forward or out.
      1. An object of jokes or ridicule; a butt.
    See also:

    fool

    fake

Verb