Jokey (adjective)

Inclined to make jokes; humorous in a playful or teasing way.

Origin:

Jokey is derived from the word "joke", which means a thing said or done to provoke laughter or amusement. it first appeared in english in the 20th century.

Examples:

  1. He had a jokey personality, always cracking jokes and making puns.
  2. She had a jokey attitude towards the situation, trying to lighten the mood.
  3. The meeting had a jokey tone, with everyone making wisecracks and puns.
  4. The show had a jokey feel, with the host making jokes and playing pranks on the guests.
  5. He had a jokey way of speaking, always ready to add a touch of humor to any conversation.
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