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DROLL, adjective [G.] Odd; merry; facetious; comical; as a droll fellow.

DROLL, noun

1. One whose occupation or practice is to raise mirth by odd tricks; a jester; a buffoon.

2. A farce; something exhibited to raise mirth or sport.

DROLL, verb intransitive To jest; to play the buffoon.

DROLL, verb transitive To cheat.