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jocular

jok yuh ler

  • s  characterized by jokes and good humor
  • r  with humor
    they tried to deal with this painful subject jocularly

  • On television, the soap business is a bubbly world of pretty housewives showing off their blinding white wash, of jocular lady plumbers, and of children smearing their cherubic .
  • CBS's mini-series presents a soft-focus, avuncular Wojtyla, dividing the role in two: the young priest (Cary Elwes) is a jocular guy who talks sex (within marriage, don't worry .
  • Despite his bellicose rhetoric, Mehsud has been described as baby-faced and jocular in person.
Quotes

  • Stephanie Coontz in International Herald Tribune
    We've seen love in the White House before, but in many cases it was the adoring wife, along the lines of Nancy Reagan,says Coontz, a professor at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash. "What the Obamas have is a jocular, playful love, a...
  • Peter Garrett in The Australian
    On radio today, Steve Price related a short, jocular conversation which occurred at Melbourne Airport this morning,Mr Garrett said. "Notwithstanding what was said, there is no doubt things would change under a Labor government. We would...
  • Diablo Cody in International Herald Tribune
    We all feel that a victory for one of us is a victory for all. We don't feel we have that jocular sense of competition that men have ...... yet,Cody says.

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