jokingly


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Synonyms for jokingly

in jest

Synonyms

not seriously

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When asked why, he laughed and jokingly said, 'Because then I'd owe them, and I'll have to support Nintendo.
Alan Rothwell, BTR race director, jokingly wrestles the World Santa Dash Challenge 'Santaz' trophy off Linda Smith, associate executive director of Las Vegas charity Opportunity Village Picture: JAMES MALONEY
Neeson jokingly mentioned Putin in context of his movie and added that he has never met the Russian President and doesn't have experience in international diplomacy, but what he does have is a very particular set of skills that would make him a nightmare for someone like him.
But yesterday, her partner Nick Kroll jokingly posted on Twitter: "Hey Bono, watch your back.
After LiLo was jokingly named as a suspect in a recent jewel theft, she posted a photo on Twitter of her and a collection of accessories.
A few protesters gathered in historic Charleston to jokingly welcome Gov.
When it came to Elly's turn to sign her name, she jokingly wrote: "Lily's a w***r.
When his teacher learned that he had acquired two PlayStation 3s, she jokingly suggested that he donate one to a fundraising raffle she was organizing to benefit a local family named Hudon.
Yeager said he was honored by the ceremony, but jokingly said he was also a bit miffed -- he was listening to airplanes that he wasn't getting a chance to fly anymore.
You can't even mention "bomb" jokingly in an airport.
The employee, who had worked at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel for 22 years, was fired after she jokingly placed her hands around a coworker's neck.
Jokingly, we tossed in a pack of Tic-Tacs because he has bad breath.
Although now she does say she is embarrassed by all the attention she is getting from media outlets and has jokingly threatened to start going out in disguise.
Throughout her education, Harris remained involved in the program she jokingly calls "Prep for Life.
Operating on what is jokingly known as "Ecuadorian time," people in South American nation habitually arrive 15 to 30 minutes late to social events and business meetings.