playful teasing; joking; raillery
drawing, imitation, or description that ridiculously exaggerates peculiarities or defects
odd and laughter-provoking
in the habit of joking: said in jest without serious intent
treating serious matters lightly
boisterously merry; very funny
noisy gaiety; mirth; jollity; glee
ironic or Ironical
containing or expressing irony
species of humor whose intended meaning is the opposite of the words used: state of affairs contrary to what would normally be expected
given to jesting; playfully humorous; jocular
lack of proper seriousness; trifling gaiety; frivolity
exciting laughter; ridiculous; farcical; absurd
sneering and often ironic language intended to hurt a person's feelings
given to or expressing sarcasm
bitterly sarcastic; mocking; sneering
language or writing that exposes follies or abuses by holding them up to ridicule
satiric or satirical
given to or expressing satire
imitation that makes a serious thing seem ridiculous; mockery
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