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Definition of "jokily" []

  • In a jokey manner (adverb)
  • In a joky manner; jokingly, humorously. (adverb)

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Use "jokily" in a sentence
  • "Referred to jokily in some correspondence as “Waldstein”—the name of Roald’s favorite Beethoven piano sonata—in letters home, he was also portrayed melodramatically as “a dark cunning little Jew.”"
  • "In the spin room afterwards, Romney's spokesman Eric Fehrnstromm laughed off the $10,000 bet, saying it was like a family member jokily betting $1m."
  • "It's paid John Barnes to jokily recreate his notoriously poor rap from the 1990 New Order single World In Motion."