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funster

Syllabification: fun·ster
Pronunciation: /ˈfənstər
 
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Definition of funster in English:

noun

informal
A person who makes fun; a joker.
Example sentences
  • Well, I think it's fair to say and we're not exactly a completely happy bunch of funsters at the moment, but political life's a bit like that.
  • The band of funsters never appear on stage without their shell suits, signature chains of cheap gold safety pins and famously irreverent sense of humour.
  • Romeo is surely with his friends Mercutio and Benvolio, funsters who prefer wit and jest to matters of the heart.

Words that rhyme with funster

Munster, punster

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