verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- bantam work,
- banti's syndrome,
- banting, sir frederick grant,
Origin of banter
Examples from the Web for bantering
He cast himself, he cast lovers, ex-lovers, friends, collaborators, and his films became famous for their bantering specificity.
Amid a din of bantering of her personality, Paltrow pulled off a charming guest arc on Glee, winning an Emmy for her work.
Lynch avoids the packed Billy Wilder Theater to wait backstage, while Brand sits in the front row, bantering with his neighbors.David Lynch Discusses Transcendental Meditation in Los Angeles|Sean Macaulay|April 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In spite of his bantering tone the young inventor was pleased that his father was relaxing in a friendly game.Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope|Victor Appleton
"I think it was made in Heaven," Cornlie replied, in a bantering tone.The Law Inevitable|Louis Couperus
Here he idled, barely touched his drink, and passed the time in bantering the maid servant.The Yotsuya Kwaidan or O'Iwa Inari|James S. De Benneville
He shrugged his shoulders, defended himself, in his bantering manner.The Hidden Force|Louis Couperus
Rome knew the horse and knew the yell; young Jasper was "bantering" him.A Cumberland Vendetta|John Fox, Jr.