from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who tells or plays jokes; a joker.
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- n. A person who tells jokes; a joker
- n. A person who plays practical jokes
- n. jester, court jester
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who enjoys telling or playing jokes
And while the thought of a phantom Venkman serving as a sort of otherworldly guru/jokester is amusing, it also means we probably won't be seeing him answer any calls or pursue his longtime love interest, Dana Barrett (ie Weaver).
Manning is known as a jokester who likes to needle his teammates.
The actor/director, best known as jokester Ralph Malph on "Happy Days," has built quite a varied resume since leaving that TV classic three decades ago.
He's also known as a jokester who can always lighten the mood.
He was known as a jokester and prankster but his jokes were not always funny.
In everyday life, Matlin is known as a jokester and an extrovert, personality traits that smart writers soon found ways to exploit.
One of the men we interviewed was introduced to us as the "jokester" of Guantanamo.
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He prided himself on being the store "jokester" and whenever he rang something up, he would say "4000 dollars please", whether it was a filter or a cheap
He was a "jokester," Tabatha Rochon, the wife of Newlove's friend Garrett Rochon, also said.
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