jest with

jest with someone

to joke with someone; to try to fool someone. Surely you are jesting with me. Don't jest with me!
See also: jest
References in classic literature ?
as to the king," said Monk, "fear nothing, my dear Monsieur d'Artagnan; the king will not jest with Monk, I assure you
It is well and wisely spoken, brave Robin Hood,'' said Wilfred, apart; ``and know, moreover, that they who jest with Majesty even in its gayest mood are but toying with the lion's whelp, which, on slight provocation, uses both fangs and claws.
The 8-meter low floor "ATAK" is a larger version of JEST with a passenger capacity of 60 including standing.
In general, the people of the South West (Siamu, Dagara, Lobi, Gan, Djan, Puguli, Birifor) jest with the people of Comoe and Kenedougou (Turka, Gouin, Karaboro, Senoufo).
We'd jest with him about his pipe smoking and about his strong accent.