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Definition of joke:

  1. A jest to raise a laugh; something witty or sportive; something not serious or in earnest.
  2. To rally; to make merry with. A practical joke, a joke played on a person, sometimes to his injury or annoyance. In joke, in jest, not in earnest.
  3. To jest; to sport.

Common misspellings for joke:

jacchus, jaksheesh, jauga, jaggage, jeach house, jakshish.

Joke \j(o)-ke\

Details:
Joke as a girl's name.
Meaning:
Aiko, Aki, Jackie, Yoko, Jacky, Agie, Agye, Ekko, Jackee, Jackey, Jacki.
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Quotes for joke:

  1. For the amount of talent I had- and I couldn't dance, act, or tell a joke- I enjoyed a tremendous career.
  2. I used to do this big rant at the end of some gigs with Ben Folds Five. The band broke into this big heavy metal thing and I started as a joke to scream in a heavy metal falsetto. I found myself saying things like: Feel my pain, I am white, feel my pain.
  3. Being funny is one of my greatest strengths. I can make girls smile when they're down, and when they're having a good time, I can carry on the joke.
  4. Now, everybody, I suppose, is aware that in recent years the silly business of divination by dreams has ceased to be a joke and has become a very serious science.
  5. Lacroix has been fantastic. He's very nice. He gets the joke, and I think that's a good thing.

Rhymes for joke:

  1. choke, doak, moak, boak, poke, yolk, coke, oak, cloke, soak, cloak, stoke, spoke, wouk, woke, broke, yoke, folk, smoke, koch, stroke, bloke, wolk, olk, polk, roque, croak;
  2. evoke, provoke, baroque, invoke, awoke, revoke;
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