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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjocularjoc‧u‧lar /ˈdʒɒkjələ $ ˈdʒɑːkjələr/ adjective formal  JOKING/NOT SERIOUSjoking or humorousjolly He sounded in a jocular mood.jocularly adverbjocularity /ˌdʒɒkjəˈlærəti $ ˌdʒɑː-/ noun [uncountable]
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jocularMoreover, once the cases were distributed to each member, the reactions were jocular.To those ballads he added a substantial leavening of others that were complimentary, jocular, and satirical.At the turn of a switch, an emotional tirade could become jocular chit-chat.His attention and trust gave her jocular ease with men and what acceptance she had of her own forceful character.I was appalled to hear his jovial, jocular style.a jocular tone
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