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[drōl]

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Synonyms: 1. Funny 2. Humorous 3. Amusing 4. Comic 5. Comical 6. Mirthful 7. Hilarious 8. Rollicking 9. Clownish 10. Farcical 11. Zany 12. Quirky 13. Eccentric 14. Preposterous 15. Ridiculous 16. Ludicrous 17. Risible 18. Laughable 19. Jocular 20. Lighthearted ...21. Facetious 22. Waggish 23. Witty 24. Whimsical 25. Wry 26. Sportive 27. Entertaining 28. Diverting 29. Engaging 30. Sparkling 31. Wacky 32. Sidesplitting 33. Quaint 34. Odd 35. Strange 36. Queer 37. Outlandish 38. Bizarre 39. Serious 40. Humorist 41. Comedian 42. Comedienne 43. Comic 44. Wag 45. Wit 46. Jester 47. Prankster 48. Hoaxer 49. Trickster 50. Clown 51. Card 52. Jokester 53. Wisecracker 54. Quiz 55. Quipster 56. Gagster 57. Jokesmith 58. Punster 59. Kidder 60. Farceur 61. Legal See more »
1. Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the drolle surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations.
2. drolle (plural drolles) Archaic spelling of drôle. Middle French Adjective . drolle m or
3. Droll (drōl) adj. droll·er, droll·est Amusingly odd or whimsically comical. n. Archaic An amusing or whimsically comical person. [French drôle, from earlier, rascal, knave, from Middle French drolle, bon vivant, from Middle Dutch drol, hobgoblin, elf, from Old Norse troll, troll; see troll2.] droll′ness n. drol′ly adv. American Heritage
4. What does droll mean? A buffoon. (noun) French drôle buffoon, droll from Old French drolle bon vivant possibly from Middle Dutch drol goblin
5. Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the drolle surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations.
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7. Elizabeth drolle Zoya Leonenko Pulmonary surfactant forms a thin molecular film inside mammalian lung alveoli and lowers the surface tension of the air/fluid interface to reduce the work of breathing.
8. 3 records for David drolle. Find David Drolle's phone number, address, and email on Spokeo, the leading online directory for contact information.
9. Hi @drolle, The feature you are look for is "Voicemail waiting indicator."We have a few phone here, corded and cordless with that feature and will be indicated on summary of the phones.Most newer phones come with the option for the indicator. -ATTU-verseCare
10. Find a Grave, database and images (https://: accessed ), memorial page for drolle (unknown–1961), Find a Grave Memorial no. 163177187, citing Annabichl, Annabichl, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee Stadt, Carinthia (Kärnten), Austria ; Maintained by JOHN SVADBIK (contributor 47988338) .
11. *droll* XVII. — F. drôle, earlier †drolle (uncertainly rel. to MDu. drolle little chap). So *droll* sb. waggish fellow; †farce, puppet-show; †jesting, burlesque. it’s best to use E citations as a starting point before checking the style against your school or publication’s requirements and the most-recent
12. How does the author's use of the words pretty and quiet affect the tone of the passage? meaning "scamp, rascal," from Middle French drolle, from Middle Dutch drol, "fat little fellow, goblin" Based on this entry, what is the original language from which droll was derived? Middle Dutch. What is a claim? the author's position on the topic.

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