jokey

[joh-kee]
adjective, jokier, jokiest.
lacking in seriousness; frivolous: The editorial had an offensively jokey tone for such an important subject.

Origin:
1815–25; joke + -ey1

jokily, adverb
jokiness, noun
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jokey or joky (ˈdʒəʊkɪ)
 
adj , jokier, jokiest
intended as a joke; full of jokes
 
joky or joky
 
adj

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Example sentences
The potential for bizarre and jokey nomenclature is almost unlimited.
The emails seem pretty casual and jokey to me, not some serious declaration of
  his deepest feelings.
His jokey way of shrugging off trouble once seemed charming.
The books tend to be casually jokey, chaotic, and self-indulgent.
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