How to use Joking in a sentence as an adjective

" I mean, I was joking, but no... the only API call we offer is to get someone's stream.

I'm only very slightly joking, merely to avoid calling out the actual companies and services.

The same woman had a hearty laugh earlier in the firing meeting after joking, "I bet you didn't expect your afternoon to go like this, huh?

So what's it actually like working with Steve Jobs?Half joking aside, it would have been nice if the author would have spent more than 1/5th of the article actually talking about what he claimed he was going to give insight on. Instead the author spent most of the article tooting his own horn, which is fine, if that's what the title had indicated to expect.

In fact, you were right there with all your friends joking about how big of a rock you'd get some day.

It sometimes takes decades for errors in experiments to come out - eg. from "Surely your joking, Mr. Feynman":Millikan measured the charge on an electron by an experiment with falling oil drops, and got an answer which we now know not to be quite right.

Not joking I've done this job for 15 years and worked with several large companies including one you mention.

He'd rather be the "average person joking all the time than a powerful businessman stressing over work everyday".By not calling out Jobs for screwing him out of $5,000, you can easily say Woz was just avoiding confrontation.

>just as bad as MicrosoftYou have to be joking, Microsoft is way more hacker friendly than Apple.

Joking definitions

adjective

characterized by jokes and good humor

See also: jesting jocose jocular