adjective, droll·er, droll·est.
verb (used without object)
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Origin of droll
synonym study for droll
OTHER WORDS FROM drolldroll·ness, noundrol·ly, adverb
Words nearby droll
Example sentences from the Web for drolly
With his conversation, he drolly remarked, he paid his way into society.Egoists|James Huneker
His manner was drolly that of a showman exhibiting a rare freak, newly captured.The Life of the Party|Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
She tucked her chin down on her breast, and looked at her cousin so drolly that Harriet laughed through her tears.Peggy Owen at Yorktown|Lucy Foster Madison
At times her movements, which she must have studied so hard to master, were drolly womanish, especially those of the whole person.Literature and Life|William Dean Howells
But mostly the pictures were of a boy, a drolly solemn little fellow.Green Valley|Katharine Reynolds