characterized by jokes and good humor
- Dr. Daniel was a gleg man of a jocose nature.
- To play the orator. [Jocose or derisive] Dickens.
- The tone of this notice was not as jocose as the former supposed discourses of Tchigirin.
- A peasant, a real peasant,” voices were heard on all sides blaming the jocose soldier.
- Thomas Mugridge, on the other hand, considered it a laughable affair, and was continually bobbing his head out the galley door to make jocose remarks.
- All these features in wording made his poems tinged with a sense of being unrestrained, wild and jocose, displaying unique aesthetic traits.