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jocose (adj.)

"given to jokes and jesting," 1670s, from Latin iocosus "full of jesting, fond of jokes, funny," from iocus "pastime, sport; a jest, joke" (see joke (n.)). Often it implies ponderous humor (compare jocund). Related: Jocosely; jocoseness.

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Definitions of jocose from WordNet

jocose (adj.)
characterized by jokes and good humor;
Synonyms: jesting / jocular / joking
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