noun, plural rail·ler·ies.
Origin of raillery
Examples from the Web for raillery
All the raillery had gone from her voice, which had grown so sorrowful that he looked at her wonderingly.The Rider of Waroona|Firth Scott
But Dolly and Beth, to whom his words were addressed, heard not a syllable of his raillery.Dolly's College Experiences|Mabel Cronise Jones
The raillery of our host, not too nice or delicate, soon spurred him to a discovery of his complaint.Simon Dale|Anthony Hope
There is plenty of satiric anger and raillery in the spirit of the time, but the most genuine part of it is drawn off into drama.
Then looking at Roland with an indefinable expression of raillery and affection, he added: "Ninny!"The Companions of Jehu|Alexandre Dumas, pre