rib (one)

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rib (one)

To tease, fool, or joke with one. I'm just ribbing you, Tom—I'm not upset at all! I thought you were being serious; don't rib me like that!
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rib

1. n. a joke; an act of teasing. I didn’t mean any harm. It was just a little rib.
2. tv. to tease someone. Please don’t rib me any more tonight. I’ve had it.
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Before the bright lights, she was the exact same person we see today." Harris would take ribbing one moment about her cropped haircut and coat with the pointy collar that called to mind Peter Pan, then would be tearing an opponent to shreds on the debate floor the next.
The "DWTS" celebrity (http://www.ibtimes.com/dancing-stars-2016-cast-announced-good-morning-america-meet-season-23-celebrity-2409205) cast was announced on Tuesday during "Good Morning America." Lochte and Hernandez appeared on the popular morning show, ribbing one another about who will ultimately win.
Renowned for her shocking pink outfits, she added: "I have had a great deal of ribbing one way or another because I wear so much pink but it had only just been realised that pink affects the brains and personality of a person."
'I have had a great deal of ribbing one way or another because I wear so much pink but it has been realised in America that pink affects the character and personality of a person.'