a facetious person
He suggested facetiously that the executions of Witted ones `trouble most folks not at all.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
Rhodes had facetiously exhorted anyone with similar impulses to contact him via the paper.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
The shopkeeper facetiously suggested that he start his own magazine.Times, Sunday Times (2002)
When asked if she enjoyed the trip to Mexico, she replies facetiously : `Sure, I did tons of cocaine and spent time at the donkey show.Misc (1999)
You are rather gloomy about what you facetiously term the New Century.OLD THUNDER: A Life of Hilaire Belloc (2002)
`I find it's always a good ruse,' he continued facetiously , `to take a deer along to increase your sense of anonymity.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
`Now I understand what's meant by method acting," he muttered facetiously , his face a grimace of disgust.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'