To joke or kid around.
Don't take his comment seriously, he was just joshing
by Sabrina December 12, 2002
To put off something until the last minute, most commonly seen using a classroom assignment as the object.
Jeremy was joshing his english paper by procrastinating.

Ms. Smith: "Your report is written in crayon and has coffee stains on it."
Jeremy: "Sorry about that, ma'am. I joshed it."
Ms. Smith: "Is that blood on the edges?"
Jeremy: "It's tervor vanilla. I was hungry."
by wilywyrm January 30, 2010
Joking; just kidding: Comes from the name Joshua the jokester.
Joshua the jokester got tired of people always saying, "just kidding" a phrase that was being referred towards him, since Joshua was a jokester; therefore he decided to use joshing instead of joking, or just kidding.
by Creamtwinkies May 02, 2012
Verb 1. The act of extending a meeting / conversation through the dominance of one's own dialogue.

2. Being caught in a conversation with a tall Englishman that seems unlikely to end.
1. I thought 15 minutes would be enough time to take a coffee order, only for him to start Joshing for the next 50 minutes.

2. Hey, did you see that girl over there? Seems like she was getting Joshed on...
by Old guy with unsettling smile November 04, 2015
Making a simple, inoffensive joke that nevertheless somehow hurts a friend's feelings.
"That was a low, back-handed blow there, mate."
"I was just joshing you. Don't take it to heart."
by Mortechant March 07, 2015
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