Droll and Jocular

Droll

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Droll adjective – Causing or intended to cause laughter.
Usage example: made a droll comment about the commencement speaker's penchant for clichés

Jocular is a synonym for droll in amusing topic. In some cases you can use "Jocular" instead an adjective "Droll". popular alternative
Nearby Words: drollery, drolling
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Jocular

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Jocular adjective – Given to or marked by mature intelligent humor.
Usage example: made the jocular observation that the best way to make a small fortune in the wine business is to start off with a large fortune

Droll is a synonym for jocular in humorous topic. You can use "Droll" instead an adjective "Jocular", if it concerns topics such as funny. popular alternative
Nearby Words: jocularity, jocularly
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