Etymology
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drollery (n.)

"sportive tricks, something made or done to raise mirth," 1590s, from French drôlerie (16c.), from drôle (see droll + -ery).

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Definitions of drollery

drollery (n.)
a comic incident or series of incidents;
Synonyms: clowning / comedy / funniness
drollery (n.)
a quaint and amusing jest;
Synonyms: waggery
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