joky


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jok·ey

also jok·y  (jō′kē)
adj. jok·i·er, jok·i·est
Characterized by joking or jokes, especially stale or clumsy jokes: jokey bumper stickers.

jok′i·ly adv.
jok′i·ness n.
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joky

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jolly is the gale, And a joker is the whale, A' flourishin' his tail, -- Such a funny, sporty, gamy, jesty, joky, hoky-poky lad, is the Ocean, oh
The joky comic book action gives freakshow costumed capers a happy face.
One picture of her in skimpy undies had the joky caption, Luisa: "My business plan is to become a porn star.
But a truly insecure, sensitive soul once lurked beneath that joky demeanour - and he bares it for an outstanding autobiography.
And although he admits he doesn't see it, he has issued a joky denial statement.
Crystal Skulls guardians: Michele Nocerino, DaEl and Laurie Walker, Jaap van Etten PhD, Sherry Whitfield, Joky van Dieten, Jane Doherty, Kirby Seid, Grace, Mario Bojorquez, Boris Schneickert, the Atlantean Orb guardian Arthur Fanning, Fire the Grid presentation by Shelley Yates, Jodie Serota along with the Mystery guardian and her 33lb Ancient Crystal Skull to be revealed out in public audience for viewing for the very first time, according to the late F.
Such a funny, sporty, gamy, jesty, joky, hoky-poky lad, is the Ocean, oh
In her contemporary fantasy, Huff's style, colloquial, joky, and full of attitude, does not encourage the reader to take supernatural good or evil seriously, and in a rather predictable compromise, while Hell appears full face, the Christian god remains peripheral.
DETATED a nonce word in the joky expression 'his capa was detated', that is, he was decapitated.
Joky banter in one firm is viewed as tasteless harassment in another.
PROF Hildegard Hammerschmidt-hummel isn't the fictional name for some joky faux Prussian academic character appearing in a satirical column.