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quip

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of quip

  1. 1 an odd or peculiar habit has his share of the quips that seem to come with a title of nobility Synonyms of quip crotchet, curiosity, eccentricity, erraticism, individualism, kink, mannerism, oddity, peculiarity, quiddity, idiosyncrasy, quirk, singularity, tic, trick, twistWords Related to quip affectation, airs; attribute, characteristic, mark, property, trait; custom, habit, pattern, practice (also practise), way, wont; addiction; abnormality, neuroticism, perversion, weirdness; disposition, genius, leaning, partiality; bent, inclination, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, propensity, tendency, turn; attitude, character, humor, identity, individuality, nature, personality, temperamentNear Antonyms of quip conformity, sameness

  2. 2 something said or done to cause laughter the crowd laughed aloud at the author's clever quip Synonyms of quip boff (or boffo), boffola, crack, drollery, funny, gag, giggle [chiefly British], jape, jest, josh, laugh, nifty, one-liner, pleasantry, joke, rib, sally, waggery, wisecrack, witticism, yuk (or yuck also yak or yock) [slang]Words Related to quip funning, joking, wisecracking; knee-slapper, panic [slang], riot, scream, thigh-slapper; antic, buffoonery, caper, leg-pull, monkeyshine(s), practical joke, prank, trick; burlesque, caricature, lampoon, mock, mockery, parody, put-on, riff; banter, kidding, persiflage, raillery, repartee; drollness, facetiousness, funniness, hilariousness, humorousness; comedy, humor, wit, wordplay

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quip

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of quip

  1. to make jokes she rolled her eyes at her brother's bragging and quipped, “You're a legend in your own mind, all right” Synonyms of quip banter, chaff, fool, fun, gag, jape, jest, jive, jolly, josh, kid, joke, wisecrack, yuk (or yuck) [slang]Words Related to quip gibe (or jibe), haze, jeer, mock, rag, rally, razz, rib, ridicule, tease; caricature, lampoon, parody, satirize; amuse, divert, entertain



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