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jokester

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Pronunciation: /ˈdʒəʊkstə
 
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Definition of jokester in English:

noun

A person fond of making or telling jokes: he was an outgoing, fun-loving kid, the family jokester
More example sentences
  • In fables, Uncle Coyote is constantly outwitted by the jokester and trickster Uncle Rabbit.
  • And although he appeared to be something of a jokester himself, I could see that the other students (as evidenced by their nodding heads) agreed at least a tiny bit with his analysis.
  • Thank goodness Dave Letterman is in my life again - the gap-toothed jokester returned to the tube this week, touting impressive guests and sharper punchlines.

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