jocose[ joh-kohs, juh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF jocose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOCOSE
The rather numerous men of the family were dense and grumpy, or dense and jocose.
He was genial and jocose, sunburnt and romantically allusive.
The tone of the proclamation was not as jocose as in the former Chigirin talks.
A jocose answer to children when they say they have gotten nothing.
I have been asked why I employed a pleasant, jocose, and diverting style.
He was jocose doubtless so as to pass the matter off lightly, and to spare my feelings.
At length Colonel Clark turned to me with that quiet, jocose way he had when relaxed.
His manner had always been jocose, and yet she knew of the earnestness behind it.
He was informed in a jocose way that they were making Epping butter!
File, a deep or artful man, a jocose name for a cunning person.