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  • adj. Like a baboon.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Like a baboon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Like a baboon; characteristic of baboons.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. resembling a baboon

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Examples

  • Deoy - (enraged) Try to talk sentinel to this scowl and what do you get - utter lunacy - filthy, baboonish lunacy!

    The Sea at Sea (or Why is There a Question Instead of Not a Question)

  • The first award went to Loredana Jolie, then Hailey Glassman stole the top spot for her gross baboonish ways both on and off the Jon Gosselin cycle.

    Abe Gurko: Is Gloria Allred A Madam...Or What?

  • To know and to be aware of many things is like a man too fat for his house and this obese pig of a man is forced onto the streets where he can't tolerate the heat and cold because of his flab; and then I come along and suck through his baboonish skin before he knocks off.

    Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

  • I am certain I never saw an uglier or more baboonish face in my life, but Uncle Zack was a good Christian, and I would sometimes wake him up to hear him talk Christian.

    "Co. Aytch" Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment or, A Side Show of the Big Show

  • Skepsey, journeying one late afternoon up a Kentish line, had, in both senses of the word, encountered a long-limbed navvy; an intoxicated, he was compelled by his manly modesty to desire to think; whose loathly talk, forced upon the hearing of a decent old woman opposite him, passed baboonish behaviour; so much so, that Skepsey civilly intervened; subsequently inviting him to leave the carriage and receive a lesson at the station they were nearing.

    One of Our Conquerors — Volume 4

  • This perceivable be exilic, he baboonish be resedaceae out of our remediation, out of our thessaly, and out of our combustibility.

    Rational Review

  • That he should take from his people to spend on himself and his whores is a shame of a lifetime. he is a rotten lowdown scoundrel. these people scheme baboonish schemes to feed off their countrymen like parasites. they should be electric chaired already

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