Jester and Laugh


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Jester noun – A person (as a writer) noted for or specializing in humor.
Laugh and jester are semantically related in card topic. In some cases you can use "Laugh" instead a noun "Jester". informal substitute
Nearby Words: jest, jesting, jested
Synonyms for Jester


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Laugh noun – An explosive sound that is a sign of amusement.
Jester and laugh are semantically related in joker topic. Sometimes you can use "Jester" instead a noun "Laugh".
Nearby Words: laughable, laughing, laughter, laughed, laughingly
Synonyms for Laugh

How words are described

old old jester old laugh
good good jester good laugh
complete complete jester complete laugh
top top jester top laugh
Other adjectives: actual, little, bad, infamous, villainous, crazy, insane, psychotic, maniacal, creepy, over-the-top.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Knights of the Cross The Jester: Ciaruszek, Jagiełło's jester, is very good at making people laugh and turning their attention to things that need to be attended.
  • Meaningful Name: Rigoletto (from the French rigoler, "to laugh") is the court jester, Sparafucile (from the Italian, spara, "shoot," and fucile, "rifle") is a hitman.
  • One of the 'Adventure Call' sketches from Limmys Show features Jingle the Jester, a condescending assistant with an annoying laugh who speaks entirely in rhyme.
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