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Another word for card

  1. A person who is appealingly odd or curious

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  2. A person whose words or actions provoke or are intended to provoke amusement or laughter

      1. A ludicrous, buffoonish character in old comedies who attempts feebly to mimic the tricks of the clown.
      2. A clown or buffoon; specif., a former stock character in comedies who clownishly aped the principal actors
      3. 1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 4
      1. Intelligent playfulness or humor in expression, as in speech, writing, or art:
      2. The ability to express oneself intelligently in a playful or humorous manner, often in overturning audience expectations:
      3. Writing or speech expressing wit; esp., any clever disparagement or raillery
      1. The act or an instance of wagging
      2. The act or motion of wagging:
      3. A comical or humorous person; joker; wit
      1. A person who makes quips; a joker
      2. One given to or known for making quips.
      1. Joker
      2. One who tells or plays jokes; a joker.
      3. A person who plays practical jokes
      1. A person who makes jokes.
      2. A clause that is included in a legislative bill or a contract in order to render the bill or contract inoperative or oppressive in some respect while appearing to be innocuous until the harm has been done.
      3. An extra playing card, usually with a conventionalized picture of a court jester on it, used in some games as the highest trump or as a wild card
      1. A person in bright garb and fool’s cap who amused a mediaeval royal court.
      2. One given to jesting.
      3. A person who jests; esp., a professional fool employed by a medieval ruler for amusement
      1. (Archaic) A person with a good sense of humor
      2. A performer or writer of humorous material.
      3. A person skilled in the expression of humor; esp., a professional writer or teller of amusing stories, jokes, etc.
      1. (Informal) comedian
      2. A humorous man, especially one who is a professional comedian.
      1. A farcical comedian
      2. A joker; humorist; wag
      3. A comic; a wag.
      1. A section of comic strips, as in a newspaper
      2. A comic book.
      3. Comic strips.
      1. A person who amuses others by behaving in a comic way
      2. An entertainer who performs in a humorous manner, especially by telling jokes.
      3. An entertainer who tells jokes, sings comic songs, etc.
      1. One who jokes and plays tricks.
      2. A person who constantly plays the fool, makes jokes, etc.; buffoon
      3. A performer who entertains, as in a circus, by antics, jokes, tricks, etc.; jester
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Another word for card

      1. A sheet of this material
      2. A building material composed of wood chips or plant fibers bonded together and compressed into rigid sheets.
      3. (US) A material made from wood chips or shavings, which are compressed and bonded with resin and formed into stiff sheets, and used in building or making furniture.
      1. A smooth, heavy pasteboard of fine quality.
      2. A heavyweight paper used for technical drawing, illustration, and other two-dimensional art forms.
      1. (Computing, countable) A common widget that can be used by multiple users to paste items or text to.
      2. (Slang) Something made of pasteboard, as a playing card or ticket
      3. A thin firm board made of sheets of paper pasted together or pressed paper pulp.
      1. A wood-based material resembling heavy paper, used in the manufacture of boxes, cartons and signs.
      2. A material similar to thick, stiff paper, that is made of pressed paper pulp or pasted sheets of paper. It is used for making cartons and signs, for example.
      1. Short-term debt instruments, especially commercial paper.
      2. A wrapper made of paper, often with its contents:
      3. A single piece or sheet of paper
      1. A flat piece of wood or similar material, often rectangular, for some special use
      2. Food or meals considered as a whole:
      3. An organized body of administrators or investigators:
      1. A clear, often round patch of lysed cells in an otherwise opaque layer of a bacteria or cell culture.
      2. A thin, transparent film on a tooth surface, containing mucin, bacteria, etc.: if not removed it forms tartar and promotes tooth decay
      3. Any thin, flat piece of metal, wood, etc., with a picture, design in relief, etc., hung as on a wall for ornamentation
      1. A sign or notice for display in a public place.
      2. A small card or plaque
      3. A sheet of paper or cardboard with a written or printed announcement on one side for display in a public place.
      1. (Slang) A piece of graffiti featuring text, especially the author's name, rather than a picture:
      2. A short, familiar quotation, often, specif., one used as such an ending
      3. A strip of leather, paper, metal, or plastic attached to something or hung from a wearer's neck to identify, classify, or label:
      1. A descriptive word or phrase applied to a person, group, theory, etc. as a convenient generalized classification
      2. An item used to identify something or someone, as a small piece of paper or cloth attached to an article to designate its origin, owner, contents, use, or destination.
      3. A card, strip of paper, etc. marked and attached to an object to indicate its nature, contents, ownership, destination, etc.
      1. (Card Games) A declining to bid, play a round, etc. when it is one's turn
      2. (Sports) In soccer, hockey, etc., an intentional transfer of the ball, puck, etc. to another player during play; also, an attempt to do so, whether or not successful
      3. A single complete cycle of operations, as by a machine or computer program.
      1. A paper serving as evidence or proof; specif., a receipt or statement attesting to the expenditure or receipt of money, the accuracy of an account, etc.
      2. A document granting a family a certain sum per child, from public education funds, for use as partial tuition to a private or parochial school
      3. A piece of paper that entitles the holder to a discount, or that can be exchanged for goods and services.
      1. (Ceramics) Clay thinned to the consistency of cream for use in decorating or casting, or as a cement or coating
      2. A small piece of paper, especially a small form, document, or receipt:
      3. A small piece of paper, esp. one prepared for a specific use
      1. A device or emblem worn as an insignia of rank, office, or membership in an organization.
      2. Any distinguishing mark, sign, or symbol
      3. A distinctive token, emblem, or sign worn to show rank, membership, achievement, etc.
      1. (Loosely) A postal card
      2. A rectangular piece of thick paper or thin cardboard intended to be written on and mailed without an envelope. In the case of a picture postcard one side carries a picture or photograph.
      1. A solid piece with at least one face that is a square
      2. Something having an equal-sided rectangular form:
      3. Any of the spaces on a board for chess, checkers, etc.
      1. A broad rectangular piece of fabric serving as a basic article of bedding.
      2. A rectangular piece of paper, esp. one of a number of pieces cut to a definite, uniform size, as for use in writing, printing, etc.
      3. (Philately) The unseparated stamps printed on a piece of paper by a single impression of a plate
      1. An identifying or descriptive tag attached to merchandise; a label.
      2. A label or tag, as on a piece of merchandise, giving the size, color, price, quantity, etc.
      3. A printed card or piece of paper that gives a person a specified right, as to attend a theater, ride on a train, claim a purchase, etc.
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    put or lay one's cards on the table