joker[ joh-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF joker
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But what strikes me here is that a joker should not have been satisfied with an ordinary Roman coin.
The joker dropped down from the branch almost on top of them.
Come to think of it, what had this joker done with his clothes?
Albion was "consid'able of a joker," Mr. Peaslee reflected gloomily.
Albion Small, who was "consid'able of a joker," suddenly choked.
Then he remembered that Braceway was not that kind of a joker.
The barman had the misfortune to be a joker of the practical kind.
How amusing this big frog, the magician or joker, as you term him.
The joke had been turned against the joker, and in the most primitive and direct way.
As he was ironical and a joker, he spoke of Putois as if he were a real being.