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Another word for quipster

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

      1. A person who constantly plays the fool, makes jokes, etc.; buffoon
      2. A performer who entertains, as in a circus, by antics, jokes, tricks, etc.; jester
      3. A buffoon or jester who entertains by jokes, antics, and tricks in a circus, play, or other presentation.
      1. An entertainer who performs in a humorous manner, especially by telling jokes.
      2. (By extension) Any person who is characteristically humorous or amusing.
      3. A person who amuses others by behaving in a comic way
      1. A person whose behavior elicits laughter.
      2. A comic book.
      3. A section of comic strips, as in a newspaper
      1. A comic; a wag.
      2. A person who writes farces, or who performs in them
      3. One who acts in or writes a farce.
      1. A humorous man, especially one who is a professional comedian.
      2. (Informal) comedian
      1. A performer or writer of humorous material.
      2. A person with a good sense of humor.
      3. A person skilled in the expression of humor; esp., a professional writer or teller of amusing stories, jokes, etc.
      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. 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.
      2. A deceptive means of getting the better of someone.
      3. (Games) A playing card, usually printed with a picture of a jester, used in certain games as the highest-ranking card or as a wild card.
      1. Joker
      2. One who tells or plays jokes; a joker.
      3. A person who plays practical jokes
      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 noted for this ability, especially in conversation:
      2. The ability to express oneself intelligently in a playful or humorous manner, often in overturning audience expectations:
      3. The ability to perceive incongruous relationships and express them in a surprising or epigrammatic manner
      1. A comical person given to extravagant or outlandish behavior.
      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. A card to advertise or announce an event, product, etc.
      2. A business card.
      3. A punch card.
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