in-joke

(redirected from Injoke)
Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to in-joke

a joke that is appreciated only by members of some particular group of people

References in periodicals archive ?
Masterful physical comedy and some sly injokes for the adults.
Laugh out loud moments and injokes for sand dancers are numerous, and allow a slight distraction from the harsh realities of war, without ever becoming farcical.
Edward Copeland suggests that in Sense and Sensibility Austen's "intertextual debts are cloaked and unacknowledged," that "we submit to the private codes she shares with Cassandra, in which the injokes and literary allusions buried deep in family reading practices only occasionally break surface" (liv).
Parody can only succeed when there is a common body of knowledge and understanding; the Alfred Honors Program's network of injokes bespeaks depth of learning within a strong community that knows how to mix fun and work.
All of these characters thus relate either to Internet injokes or to childish or effeminate identities that must be rejected in order to comply with hegemonic masculinity.
Back here I get a strong English accent and talk very quickly with injokes about TV programmes and things - he's just clueless.
Tamahori is the director of Die Another Day and has managed to take the best elements of the past - injokes, pre-posterous action, outrageous gadgets - and combine them with all the spectacular cinematic tricks of the new millennium to make a seriously entertaining film.
Beautifully animated, sharply funny and some inspired injokes.
A febrile froth of running gags, injokes, puns and outrageous characters, a Philip Ardagh story makes a Monty Python sketch seem as humorous as an undertaker's tie.
Art History of the 20th Century (2005-2008) is a set of 20 brightly-coloured doughnuts (or donuts) which bridge the gap between 60s Pop and the more recent vogue for art-historical injokes by gaudily referencing artists from Nolde and Duchamp to Mondrian and Robert Smithson.