jollier [ jol-ee-er ]
1. a person who jollies, especially a person who uses teasing flattery in order to gain a desired aim.
pleasant, enjoyable, festive, joyous, carefree, cheerful, jovial, chipper, merry, playful, convivial, lighthearted, funny, entertaining, gay, larking, joshing, blithe, daffy, delightful
Origin: An Americanism dating back to 1895–1900; jolly + -er
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