Lynch avoids the packed Billy Wilder Theater to wait backstage, while Brand sits in the front row, bantering with his neighbors.
Amid a din of bantering of her personality, Paltrow pulled off a charming guest arc on Glee, winning an Emmy for her work.
He cast himself, he cast lovers, ex-lovers, friends, collaborators, and his films became famous for their bantering specificity.
Dont be so suspicious, responded Marjorie, adopting Jerrys bantering tone.
He never could resist the temptation of bantering and snubbing them.
The Duke of Hereward sought out his hostess, and entered into a bantering conversation with her.
They were bantering her to bet, which she had as yet refused to do.
He dropped the battered pencil case into it, and his bantering tone changed instantly.
Now and then, he laughed in a merry way, as if he were bantering her out of something.
Yet, despite his bantering tone, it was easy to see that he took an equal pleasure in the meeting.
1670s, origin uncertain; said by Swift to be a word from London street slang. Related: Bantered; bantering. The noun is from 1680s.