- n light teasing repartee
- v be silly or tease one another
- Sarah was not amused with the flirty banter of John.
- Kate concealed her plans with this banter: "I may go out by submarine to escape being followed by you".
- Slickly created and cast by pros, TRW placed seven 18-to-25-year-olds from diverse backgrounds in a house of its choosing for at least a dozen shows' worth of provocative banter.
- Craig Kieswetter in NDTV.com
It was good to get a win and good to get a nice start at the top with Straussy,Kieswetter said. "We batted nicely together, got a good bit of banter going and I thought we dovetailed quite well together. We'd like to think we can (continue...
- John Barrowman in guardian.co.uk
I apologise for any offence I have caused. I was joining in the light-hearted and fun banter of the show and went too far. I was wrong to do this and it will never happen again,Barrowman added. "I really appreciate the great support I have...
- Mark Selby in Sportinglife.com
Asked about the fluke, Selby added on BBC2: "I couldn't believe it happened. I said to Mark 'I can't believe you left me that'. There was great banter out there."