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  • It is a droll little church.
  • Certainly, the exemplary Mrs. Garth had her droll aspects, but her character sustained her oddities, as a very fine wine sustains a flavor of skin.
  • I remember they made me laugh uncommonly—there’s a droll bit about a postilion’s breeches.
  • "Ha, ha!" said Raffles, with an affected explosion, "that reminds me of a droll dog of a thief who declined to know the constable."
  • He had somehow picked up a troop of droll children, little hatless boys with their galligaskins much worn and scant shirting to hang out, little girls who tossed their hair out of their eyes to look at him, and guardian brothers at the mature age of seven.
  • How very droll you will look!

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  • I appreciate her droll sense of humor.
  • I can usually count on a droll tweet a week from her.

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