English to Welsh Meaning of droll - doniol


Droll :
doniol

doniol, Harlequin, storfa, dynwared, stordy

gwneud hwyl am, doniol, Gyrru'n ddi-hid

doniol, ddoniol

donioldrollerdrollerydrollestdrollnessdrolly
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Definitions of droll in English
Adjective(1) comical in an odd or whimsical manner
Examples of droll in English
(1) The running commentary is informative and amusingly droll .(2) They were as droll as when I saw them back in February.(3) The whole scenario is rather droll at this point.(4) The duke was characteristically droll about his political career.(5) Surely the man who dispatched such droll rejection slips to thousands of chagrined writers should not be too dismayed to find himself paid back in kind-albeit with, as editors are wont to say, sincere regrets.(6) The decorations alone, often of densely packed plants and flowers with a symbolic significance now lost on most of us, are astonishingly imaginative, sometimes bawdy and often droll .(7) Though not slapstick or of the knee-slapping variety, Hamer is droll and often wickedly subtle in his deadly strain of humour.(8) He's rather droll when he frames his request, but it's a sincere one.(9) Perhaps, I think, he just went out on one of his famous walks, walks that I shared for many droll miles.(10) If you're looking for a nice enough, quirky and droll adventure film that you won't remember on Monday, then here's your movie.(11) He made the tasting far less arduous than his younger, more dashing, but decidedly less droll counterpart who was running the show this time around.(12) The tabloids did their thing, were quite droll about it.(13) But just as often, the movie is droll , filled with pithy, hardboiled comebacks.(14) Many of the show's laughs derive from Lee's droll determination to take the ditty literally: how can an owl play a small guitar?(15) Of course, the jokes are all on backwoods Southerners, so if that isn't an amusing subject to you, don't pick up this droll satire.(16) They're droll , yet morbid, featuring amusing little colorful happy people behaving with perfect presence of mind as their 747 ditches into the Atlantic.
(1) drogue parachute ::
parasiwt drogue
Synonyms
Adjective
1. funny ::
ddoniol
2. humorous ::
doniol
3. amusing ::
ddoniol
4. comic ::
comic
5. comical ::
doniol
7. hilarious ::
doniol
8. clownish ::
clownish
9. farcical ::
chwerthinllyd
10. zany ::
zany
11. quirky ::
od
12. jocular ::
ysmala
13. lighthearted ::
ysgafn
14. whimsical ::
mympwyol
15. facetious ::
gwamalu
16. witty ::
ffraeth
17. clever ::
clyfar
18. wry ::
coeglyd
19. tongue-in-cheek ::
tafod-mewn-boch
20. waggish ::
waggish
21. wacky ::
gwallgof
22. side-splitting ::
ochr-hollti
23. rib-tickling ::
asen-oglais
Antonyms
1. lame ::
cloff
Different Forms
droll, droller, drollest, drollness, drolly
Word Example from TV Shows
That was pretty droll.

That was pretty DROLL.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7

Well, I think you're delightfully droll.
Or as the French say:

Well, I think you're delightfully DROLL. Or as the French say:

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 15

Not as droll as a grown man

Not as DROLL as a grown man

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7

Such a droll little fellow.

Such a DROLL little fellow.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8

Droll.

Droll.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7

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