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Honorable mentions get one of our lusted-after Loser magnets, “A Small Jester of Appreciation” or “Close, but Ceci N’est Pas un Cigare.”

Liddy’s place in the Watergate Cinematic Universe was somewhere between villain and underling, jester and patsy.

As for the downhill performance, the Duke PT 16 skis exactly like the Jester Pros that I’ve hammered for years.

He became as polarizing a figure as the war itself, court jester to Nixon and corporate shill to boot.

And he does so not with the wit and winking of the jester, but with the blunt ferocity of the herald.

They looked every bit the court jester with their hair shaped into tall cones, but McQueen's collection was certainly no joke.

Already at Treasury were Goldman alumni Dan Jester, Anthony Ryan, David Nason and Bob Hoyt, the department's general counsel.

It is a fools privilege to laugh at an intelligent man; he is in society what a jester is at court—of no consequence whatever.

Belle was to be godmother and had to be got down; which was impossible, as the jester Euclid says.

The object had something of the form of a jester's bauble with points, which hung flabby and undulating.

Until quite lately his Beatitude maintained a court jester also—one Shlimun (Solomon), who died a few years ago.

Well have I said that Dick was as saucy as a lady's page or a king's jester.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jester, such as: clown, jokester, actor, antic, buffoon, and card.

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