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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrolldroll /drəʊl $ droʊl/ adjective  FUNNYamusing in an unusual way
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drollNot much of the bridge's history is as droll.The diary of this trip is Jaynes' droll and artfully composed memoir.But these flourishes never distract from the droll human dramas that Wong has so astutely and amusingly worked out.Yes, very droll, no doubt.And his own unique brand of droll self-mockery had his audiences in stitches.Although they're full of droll talk and amusing mannerisms, they are still necromancers.Other cartoons are lifeless; plenty of sitcoms offer droll toddlers and clever menials, bringing down their betters with disparaging asides.Mrs Fanning rolled her hips in a droll way like some one trying to keep up a Hula-Hoop.
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