Droll and Fool

Droll

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Droll noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Usage example: the drolls of late-night TV had a field day with that senator's sexual shenanigans

Fool and droll are semantically related in clown topic. In some cases you can use "Fool" instead the word "Droll" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like jester.
Nearby Words: drollery, drolling
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Fool

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Fool noun – A person formerly kept in a royal or noble household to amuse with jests and pranks.
Usage example: a king's fool could get away with saying things that others in the palace couldn't

Droll and fool are semantically related in clown topic. Sometimes you can use "Droll" instead the word "Fool" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as jester.
Nearby Words: foolish, foolishness, foolery, foolishly, fooled
Synonyms for Fool
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Droll & Fool. N.p., 2016. Web. 27 Nov. 2020. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/droll/fool>.
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