For my own part, I thought pride in his case an improper subject for raillery.
Poussin studied nature with a minuteness that often exposed him to raillery.
His powers of wit and raillery never failed him, even to the Deathbed wit last.
Her raillery, like the raillery of princes, was without fear of retort.
He had disdained to reply further than by shaking his wise old head, but had omitted no precaution because of her raillery.
I was a little afraid of his raillery, and of the quickness of his observation.
He, he, I swear though, your raillery provokes me to a smile.
Notwithstanding this raillery, all that was said did take place.
He ignored her raillery, and told her what he thought of a courage so fine and ready.
If your mood incline to raillery you'll find your match in some lad of the stables.