jocularity

[ jok-yuh-lar-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF jocularity

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From this moment, Mr Montague's jocularity and flow of spirits were remarkable.

Beneath his jocularity, Phil felt a tremendous sinking within him.

These professors of science and magic and jocularity had never before been absent.

In spite of the jocularity of his words, Jim's voice sounded hollow.

"Don't let it distress you," he said, with an attempt at jocularity.

The result of this jocularity was briefly given in a later copy of "The Avalanche."

Men in London, in England, were not sufficiently light of touch in their jocularity.

And now is the time when the masters show their wit and jocularity.

In the face he looked in vain for any indication of jocularity.

He struck his young companion on the shoulder with an attempt at jocularity.

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