jocular[ jok-yuh-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF jocular
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOCULAR
"Well, I guess that's about all Dav does," said Bagley, in a jocular manner.
From the tone of the speaker, the last words might be understood to be jocular.
But I could not find it in my heart to pursue this discussion in a jocular tone.
"I shall go to the wall," he said, with a sort of jocular desperation.
Their industry goes so far, that jocular reports of its excess are spread.
We were talking in the Gaelic, and he made a jocular remark there is no English for.
Baldwin was noisy and jocular; Brice silent and ill at ease.
However, the jocular leer had disappeared from the trader's red face.
He heightened his jocular air; his gallantry had an insolent ring.
A jocular reply to those who complain that this world is a "weary" one.
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