Banter Meaning

Banter is a noun, banter means teasing

Banter synonyms

chaffing, play, mockery, kidding, ribbing, persiflage, raillery, dissing, jeering, gossip, small talk, chitchat, ridicule, badinage, joking, fun, joshing, jesting, repartee, chaff, exchange, derision

Banter antonyms

praise, work, flattery

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Banter related words

badinage
noun. joking around

joking, asteism, repartee, banter, raillery, persiflage, kidding, fool, teasing, joshing, ribbing

cajole
verb. attempt to coax; flatter

urge, mislead, snow, con, tantalize, push, sweet-talk, build up, suck up to, brownnose, seduce, massage, soften, apple polish, rub the right way, work on, soap, soft-soap, sweeten up, entrap, crowd, lure, beguile, lay it on thick, maneuver, inveigle, deceive, entice, get next to, bootlick, hand a line, jolly, wheedle, work over, banter, get around, delude, induce, decoy, oil, butter up, blandish, stroke, play up to, tempt, argue into, make up to, influence, dupe, spread it on

deride
verb. make fun of; insult

chaff, sneer, slam, taunt, quiz, mock, lout, contemn, pan, rag, scoff, gibe, rally, dump on, razz, scorn, pooh-pooh, banter, roast, ridicule, flout, dis, detract, jolly, laugh at, do a number on, kid, knock, rib, put down, disparage, disdain, jeer, twit

flirt
verb. make advances toward someone

pick up, make a pass, tease, coquet, ogle, gam, disport, make a move, philander, fool, come hither, banter, lead on, linger with, proposition, pitch, wink at, bat eyes at, eyeball, hit on, come on, dally

humor
noun. comedy, funniness

pleasantry, drollery, wittiness, clowning, jocosity, playfulness, high spirits, jest, banter, raillery, kidding, joking, farce, whimsy, flippancy, witticism, wit, joyfulness, joke, comicalness, facetiousness, tomfoolery, jesting, levity, gag, lightness, gaiety, happiness, wisecrack, amusement, badinage, buffoonery, jocularity, jocoseness, comicality, fun

jocosity
noun. humor

flippancy, comedy, comicality, ridiculousness, badinage, jocularity, witticism, gag, gaiety, happiness, kidding, amusement, jest, clowning, joke, funniness, high spirits, playfulness, lightness, ludicrousness, tomfoolery, levity, wit, jesting, wisecrack, farcicality, joyfulness, drollness, facetiousness, whimsy, joking, zaniness, comicalness, wittiness, buffoonery, drollery, pleasantry, jocoseness, fun, banter, farce, raillery, humorousness

ludicrousness
noun. humor

zaniness, raillery, drollness, comedy, happiness, playfulness, funniness, comicalness, wit, jocosity, wisecrack, high spirits, whimsy, flippancy, buffoonery, witticism, joke, drollery, levity, joyfulness, joking, ridiculousness, fun, lightness, jocularity, jesting, humorousness, banter, badinage, amusement, gag, tomfoolery, pleasantry, facetiousness, clowning, jocoseness, comicality, gaiety, wittiness, farcicality, farce, jest, kidding

ridicule
noun. contemptuous laughter at someone or something

mockery, put-on, gibe, disparagement, foolery, sneer, leer, roast, scorn, chaff, rally, taunt, persiflage, disdain, dig, banter, jab, mordancy, slam, jeer, sarcasm, needling, raillery, laughter, comeback, badinage, caricature, swipe, burlesque, contempt, satire, razz, taunting, putdown, travesty, irony, rib, parting shot, derision, parody, buffoonery, farce, sardonicism

mordacity
noun. sarcasm

comeback, sharpness, banter, raillery, derision, corrosiveness, lampooning, mordancy, disparagement, cut, rancor, acidity, flouting, causticness, acerbity, dig, causticity, irony, satire, scorn, put-down, wisecrack, cynicism, censure, mockery, acrimony, bitterness, superciliousness, ridicule, burlesque, criticism, sneering, trenchancy, acridity, aspersion, contempt, scoffing, invective

sarcasm
noun. mocking remark

mockery, derision, lampooning, corrosiveness, rancor, cynicism, invective, scorn, banter, disparagement, irony, comeback, superciliousness, aspersion, put-down, mordancy, raillery, acrimony, wisecrack, bitterness, ridicule, satire, dig, burlesque, scoffing, flouting, sharpness, causticness, contempt, censure, cut, sneering, criticism

tease
verb. aggravate, provoke

give a hard time, send up, ridicule, roast, beleaguer, be at, bait, put down, mock, swipe at, jive, tantalize, sound, annoy, devil, hector, chaff, badger, spoof, slam, ride, rag, harass, plague, lead on, taunt, goad, disturb, nudge, bedevil, snap, pick on, torment, dog, josh, banter, rally, gibe, razz, rib, harry, gnaw, importune, vex, bother, needle, pester, worry

trenchancy
noun. sarcasm

bitterness, corrosiveness, causticity, aspersion, banter, scoffing, criticism, acridity, flouting, sneering, sharpness, censure, contempt, put-down, disparagement, satire, mockery, rancor, causticness, irony, derision, cut, burlesque, scorn, dig, wisecrack, invective, acrimony, mordacity, comeback, superciliousness, lampooning, mordancy, cynicism, raillery, acerbity, ridicule, acidity

twit
verb. ridicule

cartoon, kid, unmask, laugh, fleer, satirize, haze, rib, josh, mock, make a fool of, deflate, travesty, jeer, deride, show up, caricature, rally, jolly, rag, pooh-pooh, needle, mimic, banter, pull one’s leg, sneer, lampoon, gibe, scorn, jive, poke fun at, scout, expose, send up, make a game of, takeoff, laugh at, quiz, jest, raz, jape, put down, ride, chaff, roast, pan, rail at, scoff, parody, make fun of, run down, make a laughing-stock, humiliate, taunt

wheedle
verb. talk into

butter up, blandish, kowtow, flatter, oil, banter, worm, cajole, soap, draw, finagle, soft-soap, court, con, spread it on, sweeten up, lay it on, work on, seduce, coax, inveigle, persuade, entice, sweet-talk, soften up, charm, snow

wit
noun. humor

burlesque, banter, practical joke, fun, pleasantry, facetiousness, satire, joke, pun, sally, quip, badinage, trick, lark, drollery, levity, wisecrack, repartee, prank, wittiness, raillery, bon mot, jest, gag, whimsicality, jocularity, wordplay, aphorism

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