Jester (noun)

  1. A professional entertainer in medieval courts who performed tricks, told jokes, and made fun of people.
  2. A person who behaves in a playful, foolish, or amusing way.


The word jester comes from the middle english word "jester" which means "a professional fool or comedian" and it was first used in the 14th century.


  1. The jester made the king laugh with his jokes.
  2. He was the court jester for the king.
  3. The jester's antics made the courtiers laugh.
  4. The jester wore a brightly colored outfit.
  5. He was often the jester at parties.
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