droll[ drohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF droll
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROLL
Rulledge demanded, with a resentment which we felt so droll in him that we laughed.
Provost was tall, his silvery hair was blown about, and he had a droll face.
Whereat they said how droll, how cheerful, what a flow of spirits!
It may seem a droll idea; but see what progress has been made already.
"But go and see that droll dog," the little man persisted, calling after him.
"There is a droll arrogance about you, Marius," she told him, quietly.
And he laughed heartily, as though insolvency was as droll a thing as could be.
Droll enough, that one kind of slavery is to be the refuge for another.
His boundless self-conceit would have been droll if it had not been so offensive.
His Theresa is a droll dog, fair to look upon, dark and fat.