noun, plural joc·u·lar·i·ties.
Origin of jocularity
Related Words for jocularityblitheness, radiance, color, brilliance, gladness, revel, joviality, revelry, sport, glitter, jollity, jocosity, entertainment, glee, cheer, pleasantness, liveliness, elation, animation, lightheartedness
Examples from the Web for jocularity
Contemporary Examples of jocularity
In a morning filled with brotherly love and jocularity over how everyone was getting along so well, no one wanted to offend.At American Enterprise Institute, NeoCons Say ‘Hello, Dalai’
February 21, 2014
Historical Examples of jocularity
From this moment, Mr Montague's jocularity and flow of spirits were remarkable.Life And Adventures Of Martin Chuzzlewit
Beneath his jocularity, Phil felt a tremendous sinking within him.The Einstein See-Saw
Miles John Breuer
These professors of science and magic and jocularity had never before been absent.The Scapegoat
In spite of the jocularity of his words, Jim's voice sounded hollow.Jim Spurling, Fisherman
Albert Walter Tolman
"Don't let it distress you," he said, with an attempt at jocularity.Afterwards
1640s, from Medieval Latin iocularitas "jocular, facetious," from iocularis (see jocular).