jocularly
adverb see jocular

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • jocularly — joc u*lar*ly (j[o^]k [ u]*l[ e]r*l[y^]), adv. In jest; for sport or mirth; jocosely. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • jocularly — adverb In a jocular manner; humourously. He was in such a good mood that he even managed to take out the rubbish jocularly. Syn: humourously, humorously, amusingly, jokingly Ant: seriously, straight lacedly …   Wiktionary

  • jocularly — jocular ► ADJECTIVE ▪ fond of or characterized by joking; humorous. DERIVATIVES jocularity noun jocularly adverb. ORIGIN Latin jocularis, from jocus jest, joke …   English terms dictionary

  • jocularly — adverb : in a jocular manner a subject they had generally avoided or else tried to deal with jocularly Richard Blaker …   Useful english dictionary

  • jocularly — See jocularity. * * * …   Universalium

  • jocularly — joc·u·lar·ly …   English syllables

  • jocularly — See: jocular …   English dictionary

  • jocular — jocularly, adv. /jok yeuh leuhr/, adj. given to, characterized by, intended for, or suited to joking or jesting; waggish; facetious: jocular remarks about opera stars. [1620 30; < L jocularis, equiv. to jocul(us) little joke (joc(us) JOKE + ulus… …   Universalium

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