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gagster

Syllabification: gag·ster
Pronunciation: /ˈɡaɡstər
 
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Definition of gagster in English:

noun

Another term for gagman.
Example sentences
  • But comedy needs opposites, a straight man and a gagster.
  • Aren't the latest crop of gagsters playing it safe.
  • After 10 weeks' training from seasoned professionals, even the dullest of personalities should be able to cut it as a competent gagster.

Words that rhyme with gagster

dragster

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