Synonym: banter, jest, quip, tease. Similar words: poke, stroke, broker, invoke, provoke, bespoke, spokesman. Meaning: [dʒəʊk] n. 1. a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter 2. activity characterized by good humor 3. a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement 4. a triviality not to be taken seriously. v. 1. tell a joke; speak humorously 2. act in a funny or teasing way.
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3. I didn't get the joke .
4. Her precision became a standing joke with colleagues.
5. The last joke got the biggest laugh.
6. His attempt at a joke misfired.
7. I only did it as a joke .
8. Our teacher told us a joke today.
9. We all laughed loudly when she made a joke.
10. This joke has gone a little too far.
11. when he heard that joke!
12. His attempts at cooking are a complete joke.
13. The girls giggled at the joke.
14. His cheerful joke made us forget our weariness.
15. It's a standing joke .
16. She saw the whole affair as a great joke.
17. She tried to dissemble her disappointment with a joke.
18. He attempted a joke[sentencedict.com], but no one laughed.
19. That's an old joke?I've heard it lots of times.
20. She savoured the joke with relish.
21. We all laughed at his joke.
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22. Please don't joke about such a delicate subject.
23. He tried to solemnize himself to tell the joke.
24. His colleagues regard him as a joke.
25. He livened up the party by telling a joke.
26. It's no joke when your brakes fail on the motorway.
27. You can't tell that joke to her she's much too prim and proper.
28. He grinned at me, as if sharing a secret joke.
29. I love it when someone's laugh is funnier than the joke.
30. He winked at me to show that he was playing a joke on the others.