Definition of Drollest

1. Adjective. (superlative of droll) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Drollest

1. droll [adj] - See also: droll

Lexicographical Neighbors of Drollest

droit
droits
droitural
droitzschka
droitzschkas
drole
droler
droles
drolest
droll
drolled
droller
drolleries
drollers
drollery
drollest (current term)
drolling
drollingly
drollings
drollish
drollist
drollists
drollness
drollnesses
drolls
drolly
dromaeognathous
dromaeosaur
dromaeosaurid
dromaeosaurids

Literary usage of Drollest

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Pictures of Travel by Heinrich Heine (1856)
"She flirted with the poor sacristan—made the drollest excuses to the bishop with the worn-out nose, declining in the politest manner any return of her call, ..."

2. The Earliest Letters of Charles Dickens: Written to His Friend Henry Kolle by Charles Dickens, Harry Bache Smith (1910)
"Listen, the drollest of comedians, in a fit of melancholia, visited a doctor who, not recognizing him, advised him to "go to see Liston act. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1865)
"The Yorkshire parson who had written the drollest book, and was the drollest man of the time, was a gentleman by ..."

4. Mississippi Scenes: Or, Sketches of Southern and Western Life and Adventure by Joseph Beckham Cobb (1851)
"Ac. "The drollest specimen of waggery that ever emanated from that drollest of men, Burton."—The City Item. Price 50 Cents. (Complete^ ODD LEAVES FROM THE ..."

5. The English Illustrated Magazine (1897)
"One of the drollest stories I heard in the tent was that of a jockey act ... One of my drollest experiences was when I got a rider on to the subject of his ..."

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