jokester


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joke·ster

 (jōk′stər)
n.
One who tells or plays jokes; a joker.

jokester

(ˈdʒəʊkstə)
n
another name for joker1
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jokester - a person who enjoys telling or playing jokesjokester - a person who enjoys telling or playing jokes
comedian, comic - a professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts

jokester

noun
A person whose words or actions provoke or are intended to provoke amusement or laughter:
Informal: card.
Translations

jokester

[ˈdʒəʊkstəʳ] Nbromista mf
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