What is another word for Kidding?

Pronunciation: [kˈɪdɪŋ] (IPA)

Kidding is a way of expressing playful or humorous remarks, but there are many other words that can be used instead of "kidding". Some popular synonyms include joking, teasing, joshing, jesting, clowning, fooling around or goofing off. These terms connote fun and ease in communication, and they are commonly used in casual conversation. Other words that can be substituted for "kidding" include ribbing, bantering, or pulling someone's leg. These words also indicate a playful tone, but are particular to specific contexts. In any case, using synonyms for "kidding" can be a great way to add color or variety to your communication.

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What are the hypernyms for Kidding?

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Usage examples for Kidding

Who are they Kidding?
"Down-with-the-Cities"
Nakashima, Tadashi
Ostrander knew they were Kidding him, but at the same time the stand being taken was actuality.
"Border, Breed Nor Birth"
Dallas McCord Reynolds
And I'm not Kidding.
"The Electronic Mind Reader"
John Blaine

Famous quotes with Kidding

  • Decline III, I funded myself, from the studio money. That, and I sold a lot of drugs. Kidding. Don't print that.
    Penelope Spheeris

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