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  • n. Plural form of joke.
  • adj. Really good


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  • GHibbs, most dictionaries do not give separate entries for regular inflections of words. You may safely assume that the 3rd pers. sg. present form of a verb is derived by adding an -s. Dictionaries only specify inflected forms if they are irregular, for example, is, goes, and does.

    September 7, 2011

  • It is also 3rd person singular of the verb 'to joke'. Do not worry about what he says 'he jokes!'. OED does not appear to have an entry 'jokes', though it uses the word on the page about 'joke'.

    September 7, 2011