from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Somewhat droll.

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  • adjective Somewhat droll.


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droll +‎ -ish


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  • Peter, your drollish "wolf by itself a lone wolf, one might say" reminded me of a line in an Ed McBain novel I read recently.

    The girl who kicked the publisher's keister for misplacing an apostrophe Peter Rozovsky 2010

  • And there had been -- some sort of an argument -- with a drollish old man -- concerning all homely girls in general and one very specially homely little girl in particular.

    Little Eve Edgarton Eleanor Hallowell Abbott 1915

  • "The Family that Plays Together" … a drollish joke at their own expense given that Ed Cassidy, the drummer, was Randy California's step-dad (and by the way, still alive today) and a mere 45 or so.

    Irish Blogs The Cedar Lounge Revolution 2010


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