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Use "jocularity" in a sentence
"Like Bush, his jocularity is a thin veil over a white hot temper, easily engaged when his will or knowledge is questioned."
"Among a giddy and light-minded people, they have appropriated to themselves the post of honour of pedantry: they confound the levity of jocularity, which is quite compatible with profundity in art, with the levity of shallowness, which (as a natural gift or natural defect,) is so frequent among their countrymen."
"I can't help but think they thought they were being funny or clever alas they missed the mark but look at what such "jocularity" inspires in others!"