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1. It was some foul jest.
2. Do not jest, it is so.
3. I jest walked in here.
4. True word spoken in jest.
5. Ren Fengping said in jest.
6. Well that was all in jest.
7. Li Tian Ming said in jest.

8. That would be a jest, he said.
9. End this jest now, Trickster.
10. With jest and gossip gaily blent.
11. Unbroken round me; and the jest.
12. Quick with a jest, clever with.
13. Be prudent; oft the random jest.
14. Satan will jest, and at love's cost.
15. Same thing Ollie said in jest.
16. A sorry jest, When love has grown.
17. You jest, but the mind is wondrous.
18. Half in jest, I said that the man.
19. The conversation dropped at the jest.
20. The question wasn’t meant as a jest.
21. A jest died suddenly on Amalric's lips.
22. Be certain, nothing truer; 'tis no jest.
23. I got a jest of energies and enthusiasm.
24. Out of innocent jest someone was always.
25. But she did not even rise to the jest.
26. Nor is it love which makes of love a jest.
27. He laughed; he thought it was a great jest.
28. Jest then, he heard a rustling in the weeds.
29. This is but a jest, who could achieve such.
30. She had to laugh, to jest, to appear lively.
31. Wink each at other; hold the sweet jest up;.
32. Everything about you jest hollers ‘Gambler.
33. They jest sent me inta the wilderness ta die.
34. Tam searched their faces for some hint of jest.
35. Nangong Ping lowered his head and said in jest.
36. Neither of them ever spoke about Allah in jest.
37. Elowen looked at him and saw the jest in his eyes.
38. I read suspicion there and annoyance, but no jest.
39. At the moment of jest, the serious makes its entry.
40. This is no jest, but life and death, perhaps more.
41. Even if they are meant in jest stay away from them.
42. Men go and come, they talk, they jest, they lounge.
43. O ’twas a Jest, said he, a mere Bagatelle.
44. A word in jest is a word which has no firm foundation.
45. A cry from Grishnbkh showed that this was not mere jest.
46. She jest came about again and walked back to the shore.
47. They started laughing raucously at Everette's last jest.
48. Wouldn’t that be a rene-Gray? Duana asked in jest.
49. As a common coarse jest, a Roman good-humored filthy joke.
50. And now he answered, only half in jest, I'd rather not say.
51. When he did, Patrick told him that he only meant it in jest.
52. It didn't matter what we said to each other, in jest or not.
53. The flippant jest is the speech which has no firm foundation.
54. Two fish with one cast! And he really enjoyed his jest.
55. Casy tries to tell ya an’ you jest ast the same thing over.
56. I don’t think we can afford them, Matthew said in jest.
57. And when ye call to prayer they take it for a jest and sport.
58. Rendall said, half in jest, If you can really pull off such a.
59. Fancy counting her as one of your neighbours she said in jest.
60. He can girn a laugh as well ’s onybody at a raight divil’s jest.
61. What’s troublin’ me jest now is landin’ suckers, he says.
62. Her presence felt me good and gave a jest of energy to face anything.
63. Are you really that warm? I asked to lighten my agony with a jest.
64. You cannot be permitted to jest in this fashion in a respectable house.
65. Many a true word spoken in jest, as they say, he muttered, But.
66. Hope it won’t make a case for contempt of court, he said in jest.
67. Dantes did not comprehend the jest, but his hair stood erect on his head.
68. Jest threw it at her boyfriend thirty seconds earlier during an argument.
69. To defy, or to deal jest with the fear of having to die, that is the quest.
70. Dolokhov cut him short, as if to remind him that it was not for him to jest.
71. Um, it still takes nine months, doesn’t it? he said, trying to jest.
72. Dólokhov cut him short, as if to remind him that it was not for him to jest.
73. I jest not! I grew up always being towered head and shoulders by my peers.
74. Mei Yinxue coldly laughed and said in jest, Really? And walked to the.
75. Then he done jest the same as Marks; his mouth opened and his eyes stuck out.
76. The girl was apparently offended by her father's jest at such a solemn moment.
77. Vic was saying, Yes, sick jest two days; taken Sunday and died this morning.
78. I jest not! Most who surrendered were those who saw the writing on the wall.
79. Again, I was stunned, for Holmes rarely used vulgarities and then only in jest.
80. In fact, man is a comical creature; there seems to be a kind of jest in it all.
81. Looks like you’ll be needing those old tools I gave you Ted said in jest.
82. The populace, which perceives no jest in holy deeds, was touched, and admired him.
83. But it ain’t fixed up, and I’ll jest have to ask you to let her go by herself.
84. The spirit of each is sovereign, jest suffices to open the field to the unexpected.
85. Satan dropped it there, I take it, intending a scurrilous jest against your reverence.
86. A feller had jest turned the corner of the house and was headin’ up in our direction.
87. Is this the sequel to your jest, my lady, or has it deeper meaning than a jest?
88. But before he had finished he felt that his jest was unacceptable and had not come off.
89. Aesa did not know if the man’s reference to Arkenian 'friends' was meant to be a jest.
90. When we got jest where the critter’s legs touched bottom, Becky remarks: ‘Whoa!’.
91. But Sensei only said, half in jest, You probably listened inattentively to his lecture.
92. Beth! I’ve heard her say something like that a thousand times, but always in jest.
93. We youngsters regarded that name as a fine jest, the invention of a most excellent fancy.
94. Emotional expose tries in jest for mostly solid overtakings – leave the past to paste.
95. I know a place that’s full of jest such refined fellers, muttered Huldah, angrily.
96. How dare you jest with a poor Country Girl that offers up the only Jewel she hath?
97. Every word that came out of his mouth was in jest and he had an insatiable sense of humour.
98. As we carried the fish to scale them, Eugene told Stas half in jest, Yeah, sure he went.
99. Tramell smiled at the boy's words for the reason that none of them had been spoken in jest.
100. My love, said her mother, you must not be offended with Elinor, she was only in jest.
1. Nay, I am not jesting.
2. I was only jesting, Nessa.
3. Stop this jesting, he said.
4. I am not jesting, Bilíbin went on.
5. I am, perhaps, jesting against the grain.
6. It was good for much irony and much jesting.
7. Turning again into the jesting she saw the same.
8. The jesting tone of the chief restored my courage.
9. Stop jesting, said Prince Andrew sadly and seriously.
10. One even, probably Melnikoff, remarked, in a jesting way:—.
11. Her fever-bright eyes told him that she was only partly jesting.
12. In all souls is a somber, sovereign king and silly, jesting fool.
13. But ’twas impossible to tell if they were jesting with me or not.
14. The cloud of spectators followed, jesting, in a paroxysm of delight.
15. You are the most beautiful lady in all the land, he said in a jesting tone.
16. What? You suppose me to be jesting? I have said that I am going, and I AM going.
17. Anyone else who was caught jesting was put into jail or in stocks or put to death.
18. They stopped to look at her, laughing, and began jesting with unbridled licentiousness.
19. Foolish talking, and jesting, and joking, and excessive merriment, are only too common.
20. Peter Gerasimovich was jesting with the Jewish clerk, and both of them burst out laughing.
21. Some were smoking, laughing, and jesting, some cracking seeds and spitting out the shells.
22. Laeron’s alarm rang through Aesa’s head and he hastily reassured the dragon he was jesting.
23. One of her present comrades, jesting, said of her that she had given herself up to the sport of charity.
24. Daru answered in the same jesting strain that ‘he would be satisfied to be an ordinary prisoner of war.
25. On his left squatted an officer with a red, perspiring face, who was laughing and jesting in a constrained way.
26. Well done, DIPLOMAT! he said in his most kindly jesting tone as he looked at me with his small bright eyes.
27. He added, in a jesting way, that perhaps George Washington might gain almost as great a name in history as George the Third.
28. Then, jesting at the "happy couple," with a shade of contempt and superciliousness she went away as well satisfied as before.
29. Do you have anything that costs sixty cents or less? I asked her in a jesting tone, so quiet my voice barely rose above the din.
30. Before dinner he would lie down in the woods and sleep; then, at dinner, he made merry, jesting with his aunts; then went out riding or rowing.
31. I hadn’t expected it to be that strong really, he defended himself cheerfully, though he instinctively knew his wife was merely jesting.
32. Heaven keep me from jesting with that which is far dearer to me than life itself! But listen to me, Valentine, and I will tell you all about it.
33. Who would have believed it? Who would have ever believed it?’ He spoke in a jesting tone, but there was no jest in his eyes as he looked at me.
34. There were also some who had perfect command of themselves, distinguished by extraordinary coolness, and jesting lightly whether they lost or won.
35. There was not a trace of humor or jesting in her face now, though, in old days, fun and gayety never deserted her even at her most earnest moments.
36. Well, the ménage a trois we were jesting about so much all along seems to be on hand, after all! What myriad amours we three could bring into our orgies.
37. Blanche—the latter smiling, modestly jesting, and, in short, making herself so agreeable to the Grandmother that in the end the old lady relented towards her.
38. I gave her a stern look even though I knew she was just jesting, I think you will find that I haven’t diminished any my love across all important parameters.
39. Besides the soldiers who formed the picket line on either side, there were many curious onlookers who, jesting and laughing, stared at their strange foreign enemies.
40. Yet they urge him through the sermons they give to strive earnestly seeking after the aim he had been created for because the matter is really serious it's not jesting at all.
41. Most fortunate," he said to his wife, dismissing Vronsky altogether, "that I should just have half an hour to meet you, so that I can prove my devotion," he went on in the same jesting tone.
42. Along that line of thought such a deduction is indubitable, as indubitable as the deduction Voltaire made in jest (without knowing what he was jesting at) when he saw that the Massacre of St.
43. This I feigned to say in a gay and jesting manner, yet in reality I was imploring help of the very Dubkoff to whom I had cried Hold your tongue! on the night of the matriculation dinner.
44. Most fortunate,’ he said to his wife, dismissing Vronsky altogether, ‘that I should just have half an hour to meet you, so that I can prove my devotion,’ he went on in the same jesting tone.
45. Perhaps he suspected me of jesting with him, yet, being a thoroughgoing Patriarch, and being, as well, caught off guard by Flattery—that Universal Lubricant—he tumbl’d headlong into the Pit of Philosophical Disputation.
46. He smiled to his wife as a man should smile on meeting his wife after only just parting from her, and greeted the princess and other acquaintances, giving to each what was due—that is to say, jesting with the ladies and dealing out friendly greetings among the men.
47. Oh, undoubtedly! said Prince Andrew, and with sudden and unnatural liveliness he began chaffing Pierre about the need to be very careful with his fifty-year-old Moscow cousins, and in the midst of these jesting remarks he rose, taking Pierre by the arm, and drew him aside.
48. Thus, when I swore upon a Pile of Bibles that the Babe was his, both his Ignorance of Female Things, and his native Masculine Vanity led him to grant me Credence (with only the smallest Amount of Jesting about his Fears that perhaps some other Swain had got me with Child afore him).
49. How could I be unmarkt by the Horror I had witness’d? The most Melancholick Emotions of Sorrowful Indignation depress’d my Spirits, and ’neath my Jesting with Miss Polly, and Quoting Lines of Verse (which hath e’er been Second Nature to me) there was a Heaviness upon my Heart which would not lift.
50. And after all, how disgraceful this passion of our great intellects for jesting in a superior way really is! The great European philosopher, the great man of science, the inventor, the martyr—all these who labour and are heavy laden, are to the great Russian genius no more than so many cooks in his kitchen.
51. Her usually thoughtful, pale face, which all this while had been so little in harmony with the jests and laughter which she had seemed to put on for the occasion, was now evidently agitated by new feelings, though she tried to conceal the fact and to look as though she were as ready as ever for jesting and irony.
52. It was more especially when this man was speaking in a manner half jesting, half bitter, that Franz's ear recalled most vividly the deep sonorous, yet well-pitched voice that had addressed him in the grotto of Monte Cristo, and which he heard for the second time amid the darkness and ruined grandeur of the Colosseum.
53. Oh, what a sexy dame she was, possibly the sexiest I had ever seen and the one I most wanted to have in all my life; as my passion for her namesake was ever on the raise, my Rathi said she wasn’t losing sleep as her rival’s hairy legs were sure to leave me cold that was if push comes to shove; but as I chanced to divine the dame’s satin legs, Rathi said she was only jesting to pour water over my raging ardency in those summer times.
1. She no longer smiled or jested.
2. Shall I give them to you? jested Natasha.
3. Don’t rush me Phil, jested the sergeant.
4. I should write for Harlequin, he jested with himself.
5. Rogers? Urme jested to anyone who could hear their whisper.
6. The Men laugh’d nervously as if I jested here, but I was in dead earnest.
7. Ya, and that way you’ll leave more of this delicious normal food for me! Mark jested.
8. Did he refuse to cook? I jested in hope that she’d say that she was joking, that didn’t happen.
9. Aye Jags, you should know that if they are darforks then Preeti is simply a great darfork! Jested Gulab.
10. You sure you don't want another cup of tea? Maybe in that time your head could shrink back to its normal size, he jested.
11. While asking Nekhludoff for aid he jested at himself, the judges, the prison and all the laws, not only criminal, but even divine.
12. Trini jested about his swimmers and then had to explain her joke to Rivan, who had never taken a human biology course or seen sperm under a microscope.
13. When Loki jested with the human girl earlier about the elf queen taking advantage of his silver tongue, it had been just that, a jest, and nothing more.
14. Minchin for his part liked to keep the mental windows open and objected to fixed limits; if the Unitarian brewer jested about the Athanasian Creed, Dr.
15. Not only before evening, but before the expiration of two hours, two of them received their full discharge, and five were wounded; but the rest jested on as before.
16. In Suidas 170 we learn that the revellers at the Chytri, going about on carts, jested and made sport of the passers by, and that later they did the same at the Lenaea.
17. Marya Dmitrievna, who knew how the prince had received the Rostovs, pretended not to notice how upset Natasha was and jested resolutely and loudly at table with the count and the other guests.
18. Márya Dmítrievna, who knew how the prince had received the Rostóvs, pretended not to notice how upset Natásha was and jested resolutely and loudly at table with the count and the other guests.
19. He jested, called me old boy, and finally (since none of the elder folks were looking at us) began to help me to wine, first from one bottle and then from another and to force me to drink it off quickly.
20. He wrote letters to his daughters and to Madame de Stael, read novels, liked the society of pretty women, jested with generals, officers, and soldiers, and never contradicted those who tried to prove anything to him.
21. He wrote letters to his daughters and to Madame de Staël, read novels, liked the society of pretty women, jested with generals, officers, and soldiers, and never contradicted those who tried to prove anything to him.
22. Nekhludoff waited, expecting that Mariette would tell him that something which she said she had to tell him, but instead she only jested and talked of the performance, which, she thought, ought to affect him particularly.
23. Now he was grave and silent; neither he himself jested nor did he laugh at the jests of others; and the words he spoke occasionally were simple, ordinary and necessary words—words as much devoid of sense and depth as are the sounds with which an animal expresses pain and pleasure, thirst and hunger.
24. I've been teaching you so many years, and therefore I've been talking aloud so many years, that I've got into the habit of talking, and so much so that it's almost more difficult for me to hold my tongue than to talk, even now, in spite of my weakness, dear Fathers and brothers, he jested, looking with emotion at the group round him.
25. The prince had spread out near him his purchases, carved boxes, and knick-knacks, paper-knives of all sorts, of which he bought a heap at every watering-place, and bestowed them upon everyone, including Lieschen, the servant girl, and the landlord, with whom he jested in his comically bad German, assuring him that it was not the water had cured Kitty, but his splendid cookery, especially his plum soup.
26. Oh, she smiled and jested : but this was only from her excessive kindness, for her lieart at that moment, as I realized later, was full of such an immense anxiety of her own, such a violent overmastering emotion, that she can only have talked to me and have answered my foolish irritating questions, she can only have done that as one sometimes answers the persistent prattle of a little child, simply to get rid of it.
27. The eldest officer in the battery, the captain, a short, sandy-complexioned man, with his hair arranged in a topknot, and smooth on the temples, educated in the old traditions of the artillery, a squire of dames, and a would-be learned man, questioned Volodya as to his acquirements in artillery and new inventions, jested caressingly over his youth and his pretty little face, and treated him, in general, as a father treats a son, which was extremely agreeable to Volodya.
1. Its jests are sparks.
2. And jests doth recapitulate.
3. He cocks an ear at all the jests.
4. He jests at scars that never felt a wound.
5. Not at all: they are full of jests and gaiety.
6. It had all been one of his repulsive drunken jests.
7. It was the popular theme for jests; it was the best cure for.
8. Jests at our infirmities and failures are no proof that our aims are wrong.
9. But at last people began to think that she went a little too far in her jests.
10. Jests fell flat, news was not interesting, and the animation was evidently forced.
11. French and used French jests and French idioms, he described the whole campaign with a.
12. When there were quarrels, his kindly smile and well-timed jests reconciled the antagonists.
13. He seemed always in good spirits, and held his own in the jests and repartee that flew about.
14. Without taking notice of his comrade's jests, he took the money from his hand-bag and brought it to her.
15. I will hear no more! I am in Pursuit of my lost Child and I will countenance no further foolish Jests.
16. Her jests and insinuations were feeble, but she was not capable of considering the effect she was producing.
17. Military exploits are openly reprobated by the military themselves, and are often the subject of jests among them.
18. Excitement instantly seized the whole party: a running fire of raillery and jests was proceeding when Sam returned.
19. And yet, instead of the silence and the solemnity demanded by the occasion, laughter and jests arose from the crowd.
20. Ah, Vanity, thy Name is Man! But I held back the Mockery and Jests that might have sprung to my Lips upon that Instant.
21. The two honest practitioners, embarrassed by the jests, and finding the bearing of their heads interfered with by the shouts.
22. All around me men were shaking hands and chatting together—from every side came expressions of friendship, laughter, jests, and badinage.
23. The following morning - Saturday - the men went about their work in gloomy silence; there were but few attempts at conversation and no jests or singing.
24. I explained it too by Prince Sergay's being of rather limited intelligence, and so being fond of verbal exactitude ; some jests he absolutely failed to see.
25. From politeness and to start conversation, they asked him a few questions about the army and the battle, and then the talk went off into merry jests and gossip.
26. Yet, had things befallen otherwise, these moralists would have been among the first (yes, I feel persuaded of it) to approach me with friendly jests and congratulations.
27. He anticipated a great deal of merriment, many playful jests about her age, and her being afraid to reveal it, about his knowing her secret and telling everybody, and so on.
28. Bilíbin was now at army headquarters in a diplomatic capacity, and though he wrote in French and used French jests and French idioms, he described the whole campaign with a fearless self-censure and self-derision genuinely Russian.
29. Next, I can see Papa taking no notice of this ill-humour, but cracking quips and jests, while Peter gradually found himself forced to treat him as a humorist with whom he felt offended one moment and inclined to be reconciled the next.
30. Her chatter and her jests were so full of grace, so trustfully naïve, so innocently careless, she was persuaded of the general enthusiasm with such graceful self-confidence that she really was all the time the centre of peculiar adoration.
31. Sometimes, this astonishing regularity manifested itself in patches; a thing to upset all the calculations of note—taking gamblers who play with a pencil and a memorandum book in their hands Fortune perpetrates some terrible jests at roulette!.
32. It may be truly said he jests at scars indeed—at scars of the blackest disgrace and ruin inflicted upon his bleeding country—upon a great nation, which probably would have received, and certainly merited, a better fate, if it had fortunately placed its destinies in better hands.
33. But then, I said, as we have determined to speak our minds, we must not fear the jests of the wits which will be directed against this sort of innovation; how they will talk of women's attainments both in music and gymnastic, and above all about their wearing armour and riding upon horseback!.
34. Now he was grave and silent; neither he himself jested nor did he laugh at the jests of others; and the words he spoke occasionally were simple, ordinary and necessary words—words as much devoid of sense and depth as are the sounds with which an animal expresses pain and pleasure, thirst and hunger.
35. It is true he jeers superciliously at Russia too, and there is nothing he likes better than exhibiting the bankruptcy of Russia in every relation before the great minds of Europe, but as regards himself, no, he is at a higher level than all the great minds of Europe; they are only material for his jests.
36. If one of them, more naïve or impartial than the rest, put into words what every one of them had in his mind, painted his castles in the air, told his dreams of liberty, or plans of escape, they shut him up with brutal promptitude, and made the poor fellow's life a burden to him with their sarcasms and jests.
37. O we could hear ’em talking and laughing without, as if the Birth of a Babe were no more to ’em than an Ev’ning at a Coffee-House, and, Truth to tell, it griev’d me deeply to hear their mirthful Chatter (o’er Jests I could not share) whilst I was labouring to bring the next Generation into this World.
38. Her usually thoughtful, pale face, which all this while had been so little in harmony with the jests and laughter which she had seemed to put on for the occasion, was now evidently agitated by new feelings, though she tried to conceal the fact and to look as though she were as ready as ever for jesting and irony.
39. And sarcasms, sallies, jests, that French thing which is called entrain, and that English thing which is called humor, good and bad taste, good and bad reasons, all the wild pyrotechnics of dialogue, mounting together and crossing from all points of the room, produced a sort of merry bombardment over their heads.
40. He had gone through the frightful education of social life, of that world where in one evening more crimes are committed in thought and speech than justice ever punishes at the assizes; where jests and clever sayings assassinate the noblest ideas; where no one is counted strong unless his mind sees clear: and to see clear in that world is to believe in.
41. Raoul climbed the grand staircase at five minutes to twelve, did not linger to look at the motley dresses displayed all the way up the marble steps, one of the richest settings in the world, allowed no facetious mask to draw him into a war of wits, replied to no jests and shook off the bold familiarity of a number of couples who had already become a trifle too gay.
42. I know now that he had only spent one evening in her company before the reading; he had not spoken all that evening, had listened with an equivocal smile to the jests and the general tone of the company surrounding Yulia Mihailovna, and had made an unpleasant impression on every one by his air of haughtiness, and at the same time almost timorous readiness to take offence.
43. Don Quixote's host was one Don Antonio Moreno by name, a gentleman of wealth and intelligence, and very fond of diverting himself in any fair and good-natured way; and having Don Quixote in his house he set about devising modes of making him exhibit his mad points in some harmless fashion; for jests that give pain are no jests, and no sport is worth anything if it hurts another.
44. Dimmesdale longed, at least, to shake hands with the tarry blackguard, and recreate himself with a few improper jests, such as dissolute sailors so abound with, and a volley of good, round, solid, satisfactory, and heaven-defying oaths! It was not so much a better principle as partly his natural good taste, and still more his buckramed habit of clerical decorum, that carried him safely through the latter crisis.
45. As I said in my book, I have during the course of many years had frequent opportunities to remark the ridicule and rude jests that have been applied to Christ's words and doctrine, and the ecclesiastics not only failed to condemn it, they even encouraged this scoffing; but let a man venture to say one disrespectful word of the ugly idol called the Iverskaya,[7] sacrilegiously carried around Moscow by intoxicated men, and a groan of indignation will rise from these same Orthodox ecclesiastics.
46. Here, it is true, were none of the applicances which popular merriment would so readily have found in the England of Elizabeth's time, or that of James;—no rude shows of a theatrical kind; no minstrel, with his harp and legendary ballad, nor gleeman, with an ape dancing to his music; no juggler, with his tricks of mimic witchcraft; no Merry Andrew, to stir up the multitude with jests, perhaps hundreds of years old, but still effective, by their appeals to the very broadest sources of mirthful sympathy.
47. And does not the same hold also of the ridiculous? There are jests which you would be ashamed to make yourself, and yet on the comic stage, or indeed in private, when you hear them, you are greatly amused by them, and are not at all disgusted at their unseemliness;--the case of pity is repeated;--there is a principle in human nature which is disposed to raise a laugh, and this which you once restrained by reason, because you were afraid of being thought a buffoon, is now let out again; and having stimulated the risible faculty at the theatre, you are betrayed unconsciously to yourself into playing the comic poet at home.
48. To this I would reply that the same end would be, beyond all comparison, better attained by means of good plays than by those that are not so; for after listening to an artistic and properly constructed play, the hearer will come away enlivened by the jests, instructed by the serious parts, full of admiration at the incidents, his wits sharpened by the arguments, warned by the tricks, all the wiser for the examples, inflamed against vice, and in love with virtue; for in all these ways a good play will stimulate the mind of the hearer be he ever so boorish or dull; and of all impossibilities the greatest is that a play endowed with all these qualities will not entertain, satisfy, and please much more than one wanting in them, like the greater number of those which are commonly acted now-a-days.

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