Characteristic of or resembling a wag; jocular or witty.(adjective)
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Use "waggish" in a sentence
"Mrs. Dickinson, presently "coming up with" Rosamund's party, became absolutely "waggish" (the Dean's expression), and made Rosamund laugh with that almost helpless spontaneity which is the greatest compliment to a joke."
"[This is the kind of waggish editorial O. Henry was writing in 1894 for the readers of _The Rolling Stone_."
"All this time Id been anticipating Id die f! rom something interesting, similar to a black hole caused by a Hadron Collider, or a little waggish accident involving super-heated marshmallow goo as good as inter-dimensional gods."