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1. joke

noun. ['ˈdʒoʊk'] a humorous anecdote or remark intended to provoke laughter.

Synonyms

  • humour
  • wittiness
  • ethnic joke
  • good story
  • in-joke
  • sight gag
  • visual joke
  • laugh line
  • sidesplitter
  • funny story
  • howler
  • gag line
  • wit
  • belly laugh
  • scream
  • funny remark
  • funny
  • humor
  • tag line
  • thigh-slapper
  • shaggy dog story
  • witticism
  • jape
  • sick joke
  • gag
  • dirty joke
  • jest
  • blue story
  • one-liner
  • punch line
  • wow
  • dirty story
  • blue joke
  • riot

Antonyms

  • underdress
  • dress down
  • inactivity
  • behave

Etymology

  • iocus (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Sick Joke

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  • invoke
  • stoke
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  • snoke
  • smoke
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  • schroeck
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  • laroque
  • larocque
  • evoke
  • droke
  • croke
  • croak
  • cloke
  • cloak
  • broke
  • bloke
  • baroque
  • awoke
  • yolk
  • yoke
  • yoak
  • wouk
  • wolk
  • woke

2. sick

adjective. ['ˈsɪk'] affected by an impairment of normal physical or mental function.

Synonyms

  • hallucinating
  • sneezy
  • unhealthy
  • nauseated
  • milk-sick
  • vertiginous
  • nauseous
  • bronchitic
  • ailing
  • aguish
  • swooning
  • light-headed
  • consumptive
  • sickly
  • under the weather
  • lightheaded
  • laid low
  • tuberculous
  • unwell
  • queasy
  • sick-abed
  • livery
  • paralytic
  • unfit
  • autistic
  • rickety
  • dizzy
  • sickish
  • airsick
  • diabetic
  • bedridden
  • bedrid
  • recovering
  • dyspeptic
  • light
  • laid up
  • liverish
  • bedfast
  • carsick
  • feverish
  • paralyzed
  • rachitic
  • bilious
  • funny
  • gouty
  • seasick
  • giddy
  • indisposed
  • convalescent
  • tubercular
  • woozy
  • poorly
  • feverous
  • delirious
  • palsied
  • ill
  • spastic
  • green
  • seedy
  • unhealed
  • afflicted
  • scrofulous
  • upset
  • faint
  • stricken
  • peaked
  • air sick

Antonyms

  • fit
  • well
  • rise
  • heavy

Etymology

  • sek (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. sick

adjective. ['ˈsɪk'] feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit.

Synonyms

  • queasy
  • nauseated
  • nauseous
  • sickish

Antonyms

  • black
  • chaste
  • fatty
  • impure

Etymology

  • sek (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. joke

verb. ['ˈdʒoʊk'] tell a joke; speak humorously.

Synonyms

  • gag
  • jest
  • quip
  • fool around
  • arse around
  • communicate
  • fool
  • pun
  • intercommunicate

Antonyms

  • misbehave
  • fall short of
  • stay in place
  • unmake

Etymology

  • iocus (Latin)

5. joke

noun. ['ˈdʒoʊk'] activity characterized by good humor.

Synonyms

  • jocularity
  • jest
  • drollery
  • recreation
  • diversion
  • waggery
  • leg-pulling
  • leg-pull

Antonyms

  • humorless
  • unquestionable
  • well
  • louden

Etymology

  • iocus (Latin)

6. sick

adjective. ['ˈsɪk'] affected with madness or insanity.

Synonyms

  • insane
  • brainsick
  • crazy
  • mad
  • unhinged
  • unbalanced
  • disturbed

Antonyms

  • dark
  • bright
  • dull
  • dullness

Etymology

  • sek (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. sick

noun. ['ˈsɪk'] people who are sick.

Antonyms

  • stressed

Etymology

  • sek (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. sick

adjective. ['ˈsɪk'] having a strong distaste from surfeit.

Synonyms

  • sick of
  • fed up
  • tired of
  • displeased

Antonyms

  • sound
  • qualify
  • stable
  • good-natured

Etymology

  • sek (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. joke

noun. ['ˈdʒoʊk'] a ludicrous or grotesque act done for fun and amusement.

Synonyms

  • dirty trick
  • caper
  • practical joke
  • trick
  • recreation
  • diversion
  • antic
  • put-on

Antonyms

  • good humor
  • ill humor
  • stupidity
  • whisper

Etymology

  • iocus (Latin)

10. joke

verb. ['ˈdʒoʊk'] act in a funny or teasing way.

Synonyms

  • jest
  • act
  • clown
  • antic
  • behave
  • do

Antonyms

  • refrain
  • activity
  • overact
  • underact

Etymology

  • iocus (Latin)
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