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Things jester often describes (“jester ________”)
rabelais, god, chief

Descriptive words:
professional, court, great, licensed, old, famous, mere, poor, medieval, merry, little, chief, privileged, royal, official, turkish, favourite, witty, celebrated, inveterate, incorrigible, infuriated, sorry, clown, wise, hunchbacked, insufferable, scurrilous, dead, traditional, honest, clever, professed, idle, favorite, ancient, dissipated, valiant, bitter, clerical, mad, ribald, unofficial, italian, practical, deformed, greatest, mediaeval, former, arch, female, audacious, shakespearean, foolish, popular, cynical, known, literary, amiable, harmless, rude, immoderate, mighty, bold, wicked, wretched, grim, cruel, vile, melancholy, profane, unfortunate, beloved, cosmic, supreme, chartered, irresponsible


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See jester used in context: 22 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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