Definitions of Droller

  1. A jester; a buffoon.

Usage examples for Droller

  1. Daniel Dowlas, as Lord Duberly, is all the droller for being a retired tallow- chandler, ignorant, greasy, conventional, blunt, a sturdy, honest, ridiculous person, who thinks he has observed how lords act and who intends to put his gained knowledge into practical use. – Shadows of the Stage by William Winter
  2. A droller misfit than Franklin in an orthodox New England pulpit of that era can hardly be imagined; but since he was only seven years old when his father endeavored to arrange his life's career, a misappreciation of his fitnesses was not surprising. – Benjamin Franklin by John Torrey Morse, Jr.