"Don’t banter me," she said, wounded at what appeared to be his flippancy.
She laughed and bantered him a little, remembering too late that she should have been dignified and reserved.
She answered in as light and bantering a spirit as she fancied it deserved, and said she would be glad to have him look in upon her at work whenever he felt the inclination and his business gave him the opportunity.
"She says queer things sometimes in a bantering way that you don’t notice at the time and you find yourself thinking about afterward."
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banter among friends
She was too slow to banter well, but he appreciated her earnestness.