jokingly

All Adverb
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  • She jokingly tells him that he has a better chance of winning the election for student body president.
  • I gave it up and jokingly asked him if he had ever been in jail. Cited from Slave Narratives: Arkansas, Pt. 6, by Work Projects Administration
  • The new name was at first used jokingly by old members, but it soon became the most widely used name.
  • He jokingly tells her that she must have bewitched his horse to make him fall.
  • Register jokingly described the two as being similar in appearance, in addition to being similar in thought.
  • "Would you see this in any country except England?" he asked jokingly. Cited from Quisante, by Anthony Hope
  • The reporter jokingly asked if she was on her way to a date.
  • Jokingly, his son says that he could ground him, but that would make him a chicken.
  • They have a sweet exchange before Simon jokingly asks if she has found another man.
  • The music video segment has been jokingly called by some the "greatest music video ever."
  • Today it is still jokingly referred to as "the village with two ends and no middle".
  • It was often jokingly said that people who live in this area will starve to death.
  • When they did not appear, he would jokingly remark that they must have committed suicide.
  • When they ask me this, I jokingly reply that I'm a man indeed.
  • Liam jokingly claims that it took him nine years to write the song.
  • Critics who entered a practice session jokingly said that it was "too much metal for one hand."
  • The boys tried as much as possible to create a real magazine, even jokingly adding a price on the cover.
  • West jokingly noted when asked by another committee member that the marsupial community was in support of the bill.
  • He then added jokingly that his wife told him that she would kill him if he decides to write a fifth in the series.
  • He told her jokingly that he had got his dress-suit out of pawn in her honour. Cited from The Second Honeymoon, by Ruby M. Ayres
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Meaning of jokingly

  • adverb In jest
    I asked him jokingly whether he thought he could drive the Calcutta-Peshawar express