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Heroine vs. Joker

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Heroinenoun

A female hero.

Jokernoun

One who makes jokes or jests.

Heroinenoun

A female lead character.

Jokernoun

See Best bower, under 2d Bower.

Heroinenoun

A woman of an heroic spirit.

‘The heroine assumed the woman's place.’;

Jokernoun

An extra card usually included in a deck of playing cards, having the same design as the others on the back, but on the face having a picture of a jester. It is not included in the deck used in most games, but in certain games may be included and then takes on a special value, such as the highest-valued card, or a wild card.

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Heroinenoun

The principal female person who figures in a remarkable action, or as the subject of a poem or story.

Jokernoun

A clause placed in a document, such as a contract or a piece of legislation, not itself appearing significant, but in a subtle way substantially changing the effect of the document.

Heroinenoun

the main good female character in a work of fiction

Jokernoun

Any fact or condition which is unknown or not apparent, which reverses an apparently advantageous position; a kicker.

Heroinenoun

a woman possessing heroic qualities or a woman who has performed heroic deeds

Jokernoun

A person; a fellow; a chap; - usually used in a mildly disparaging sense; as, who's the joker who left the ice cream on the table?.

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Jokernoun

a person who enjoys telling or playing jokes

Jokernoun

a person who does something thoughtless or annoying;

‘some joker is blocking the driveway’;

Jokernoun

a person who is fond of joking.

Jokernoun

a foolish or inept person

‘a bunch of jokers’;

Jokernoun

a playing card, typically bearing the figure of a jester, used in some games as a wild card.

Jokernoun

a clause unobtrusively inserted in a bill or document and affecting its operation in a way not immediately apparent.

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