Words and phrases that have a meaning related to jest:   (191 results)

gag line, laugh line, punch line, tag line

Often used in the same context:
joke, chuckle, remark, slur, laugh, quip, misquote, jape, sarcasm, ungrammatically, smirk, banter, non sequitur, endearment, politically incorrect, paraphrasing, mispronunciation, pshaw, expletive, vulgarism, cusswords, colloquialism, sourpuss, moron, ribbing, smart aleck, monsieur, kaffir, phooey, epithet, idiot, hyperboles, loquaciousness, kidder, fiddlesticks, malapropism, witticism, colloquial, retorts, swearwords, offhand, pish, darky, freudian slip, wisecrack, gibe, dickhead, insinuation, doggerel, profanities, sirs, snickering, misquotation, zinger, words, facetiousness, split infinitive, monosyllable, raillery, boor, deprecating, mickey, cussing, goof, jocularity, pidgin, yes, jackass, compos mentis, pun, douche bag, jokester, lark, blas, putdown, numbskull, taunt, asker, pratt, pinche, indelicacy, razzing, corny, winkingly, mishear, bootlicker, pronounciation, misspeaks, vulgar, boastfulness, ethnic slur, punster, profane, snarky, titter, imus, lamebrain, prank, likin, giggle, jests, jesting, jokes, jibe, jester, gibes, joking, witticisms, mockery, wit, amusement, pleasantry, quips, sport, afraid, glad, more'n, okay, er, goodish, scarce, scary, uncommonly, damn, dirtiest, goddam, gonna, gotta, last, nasty, nice, sorry, but, darn

More specific:
antic, belly laugh, blue joke, blue story, clown, clown around, dirty joke, dirty story, drollery, ethnic joke, funny story, gag, good story, howler, leg-pull, leg-pulling, one-liner, pleasantry, pun, quip, riot, scream, shaggy dog story, sick joke, sidesplitter, sight gag, thigh-slapper, visual joke, waggery, wow

Appears in the definition of:
drollery, jestingly, jokingly, waggery

More general:
act, behave, communicate, diversion, do, humor, humour, intercommunicate, recreation, wit, witticism, wittiness

gag, jape, jocularity, joke, laugh, wheeze, yak

Also try:
— Nouns for jest: books, look, book, right, minute, way, step, kind, thing, wait, more...

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
Click on a word above to view its definition.

Organize by: [Relation] Letters Show rare words: [Yes] No Show phrases:   [Yes] No

See jest used in context: 94 rhymes, 69 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

Help  Advanced  Feedback  Android  iPhone/iPad  API  Blog  Privacy

Copyright © 2020 Datamuse