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Definition of "droller" [droll•er]

  • Comparative form of droll: more droll (adjective)
  • A jester. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "droller" in a sentence
  • "The 46-year-old Reznor is a much warmer, droller character than he appeared during Nine Inch Nails's anguished first decade when he sang lines such as "I hurt myself today/ To see if I still feel.""
  • "It is one of the droller conceits of the script - written by Jim Harrison, Wesley Strick and an uncredited Elaine May-that to succeed in the new corporate New York world it can only help to be an animal."
  • "Ephie laughed more roguishly, and Mrs. Cayhill allowed herself to find what her little daughter said, droller than before."
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