raillery[ rey-luh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF raillery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAILLERY
For my own part, I thought pride in his case an improper subject for raillery.
Her raillery, like the raillery of princes, was without fear of retort.
I have done with raillery: my first, my only object, is your happiness.
For the edge may be taken off, if it does not make the subject of its raillery wince a little.
I was a little afraid of his raillery, and of the quickness of his observation.
"But you are mistaken," replied Guillaume, wounded by Janzen's raillery.
The young Count evidently did not comprehend his mother's spirit of raillery.
Refining the courtship, raillery, and conversation of plays!
Notwithstanding this raillery, all that was said did take place.
If your mood incline to raillery you'll find your match in some lad of the stables.