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A Card ( a joker; one who tells many jokes and needs to make people laugh ... )

"A Card"

A card is a person who tells many jokes and makes other people laugh often.

Example: "My uncle Bob is a real card."

A card is a person who is rarely serious because he prefers when other people are laughing.

Example: "You are such a card. Can't you be serious for one minute?"

A Bundle Of Nerves

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