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'''Banter''' is the good-humored exchange of teasing remarks. A common example of banter is among sports fans, who may deliberately bring up reminders of a recent loss in a playfully provocative way. To an outsider, banter may appear hostile or insolent.
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'''Banter''' is the good-humored exchange of teasing remarks. A common example of banter is among [[sports]] fans, who may deliberately bring up reminders of a recent loss in a playfully provocative way. To an outsider, banter may appear hostile or insolent.
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Latest revision as of 17:25, 3 September 2013

Banter is the good-humored exchange of teasing remarks. A common example of banter is among sports fans, who may deliberately bring up reminders of a recent loss in a playfully provocative way. To an outsider, banter may appear hostile or insolent.