pun[ puhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF pun
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUN
He would have to remember the pun to tell Alec Diger later, if there was a later.
I explained that he probably intended a pun upon his name, which was Coleman.
This is a pun, which, profound in itself, you must not expect to enjoy at first reading.
"He's a bad pill," said another, repeating a pun already old.
Daniel Purcell, the famous punster, was desired to make a pun extempore.
Another made a pun which so pleased the earl that he, too, was set free.
The sweetest cottage at twenty pun' a year as I ever set eyes on.
It was, therefore, in this age that the pun appeared with pomp and dignity.
"Ye may have the dog for a pun'—I'll only ask you a pun'," and he walked away to the window.
May I venture to suggest a pun on the preterite of the verb to speak?