Definition of jocularity in US English:

jocularity

noun

  • See jocular

    • ‘The jocularity soon gave way to ‘the bad omen theory’.’
    • ‘His voice was completely at odds with the content of what he had just said, light to the point of jocularity.’
    • ‘But despite his forced jocularity, desultory attempts at humour, and spurts of nervous energy, Obree is a husk of heroism past.’
    • ‘But I think some decent and sincere people on the Right misunderstand the jocularity around here for a lack of sincerity.’
    • ‘Bartending is about banter and jocularity, but it is also often about maintaining a cautious eye, and to some extent, babysitting.’

Pronunciation

jocularity

/ˌdʒɑkjəˈlɛrədi//ˌjäkyəˈlerədē/