fa·ce·tious
[fuh-see-shuhs]
ADJECTIVE
1.
not meant to be taken seriously or literally: a facetious remark.
2.
amusing; humorous.
3.
lacking serious intent; concerned with something nonessential, amusing, or frivolous: a facetious person.
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If someone is being facetious they're being playful with an edge. A knock-knock joke isn't facetious, but if you call it the most advanced form of comedy, you're ...

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Facetious definition is - joking or jesting often inappropriately : waggish. ... See the full definition for facetious in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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Along with abstemious, facetious is one of two words in the English language containing all five vowels in alphabetical order.

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Facetious definition, not meant to be taken seriously or literally: a facetious remark. See more.

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Facetious definition: If you say that someone is being facetious , you are criticizing them because they are... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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One such way of manipulating existing lexical items is to expand them implicitly into longer forms so that the original does double (and often facetious) duty.

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Definition of facetious - treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humour; flippant.

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An example of facetious is someone saying that people whose homes have burned down don't have to worry about whether the housekeeper did a good job.

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Robbie's joke about Heather's appearance was just him being facetious. .... facetious in Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913 ...