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merry-andrew

merry–andrew

noun, mer·ry–an·drew often capitalized M&A \ˌmer-ē-ˈan-(ˌ)drü\

Definition of MERRY-ANDREW

:  a person who clowns publicly

Origin of MERRY-ANDREW

merry + Andrew, proper name
First Known Use: 1677

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