facetious[ fuh-see-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF facetious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FACETIOUS
Only Maulo, the camp jester, hurled a facetious comment at the corpse.
“You can be facetious, I see,” the latter observed carelessly.
And this remark, intended to be facetious, was after all pretty close to the literal truth.
"Then it will pass, of course," rejoined the facetious physician.
Indeed, he found Mr. Trenchard a most pleasant and facetious gentleman.
The latter was father of the facetious Tom Hood, who was born here in 1798.
His witt lively and sparkeling, and his humour pleasant and facetious.
When you try to be facetious you altogether cease to be useful.
Charles, who was not of a facetious turn, did not shine at the wedding.
I am trying to be facetious, but really the matter worries me a little.