jokey

Funny vs Jokey - What's the difference?

funny | jokey |


As adjectives the difference between funny and jokey

is that funny is amusing; humorous; comical while jokey is .

As a noun funny

is (humorous) a joke or funny can be (british) a narrow boat for sculling.

Jokey vs Jokey - What's the difference?

jokey | jokey |


In alternative spelling of|joky|lang=en terms the difference between jokey and jokey

is that jokey is while jokey is .

As adjectives the difference between jokey and jokey

is that jokey is while jokey is .

Witty vs Jokey - What's the difference?

witty | jokey |


As adjectives the difference between witty and jokey

is that witty is (label) wise, having good judgement while jokey is .

Jokey vs Jakey - What's the difference?

jokey | jakey |


As an adjective jokey

is .

As a noun jakey is

(chiefly|scotland) a homeless drunk.

Joker vs Jokey - What's the difference?

joker | jokey |


As a noun joker

is joker.

As an adjective jokey is

.

Jokey vs Hokey - What's the difference?

jokey | hokey |


As adjectives the difference between jokey and hokey

is that jokey is while hokey is (us|colloquial) phony, as if a hoax; noticeably contrived; of obviously flimsy credibility or quality.

Joke vs Jokey - What's the difference?

joke | jokey |


As a proper noun joke

is , diminutive of jo.

As an adjective jokey is

.

Joked vs Jokey - What's the difference?

joked | jokey |


As a verb joked

is (joke).

As an adjective jokey is

.

Jokes vs Jokey - What's the difference?

jokes | jokey |


As adjectives the difference between jokes and jokey

is that jokes is (slang) really good while jokey is .

As a noun jokes

is .

As a verb jokes

is (joke).

Jockey vs Jokey - What's the difference?

jockey | jokey |


As a noun jockey

is jockey (one who rides racehorses competitively).

As an adjective jokey is

.

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