1. a person who jokes.
2. one of two extra playing cards in a pack, usually imprinted with the figure of a jester, used in some games as the highest card or as a wild card.
3. U.S. Politics. a clause or expression inserted in a legislative bill with the unavowed object of defeating the ostensible purpose of the bill if passed.
4. a seemingly minor, unsuspected clause or wording that is put into an agreement, legal document, etc., to change its effect.
5. an unexpected or final fact, f
"people/places/organizations can be joker."
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