[ drohl ]
/ droʊl /
adjective, droll·er, droll·est.
amusing in an odd way; whimsically humorous; waggish.
a droll person; jester; wag.
verb (used without object)
Archaic. to jest; joke.
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Origin of droll
1615–25; < Middle French drolle pleasant rascal < Middle Dutch drol a fat little man
synonym study for droll
1. See amusing.
OTHER WORDS FROM drolldroll·ness, noundrol·ly, adverb
Words nearby droll
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Example sentences from the Web for drolled
Indeed, it really seems to me,Who now am very old,The drollest bit of drolleryThat ever has been drolled.Half-Hours with Jimmieboy|John Kendrick Bangs
British Dictionary definitions for drolled
/ (drəʊl) /
amusing in a quaint or odd manner; comical
Derived forms of drolldrollness, noundrolly, adverb
Word Origin for droll
C17: from French drôle scamp, from Middle Dutch: imp
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