- v. Simple past tense and past participle of buffoon.
“After dinner they "buffooned about the house" in a set of monkish dresses.”
“In the ages of faith it is also notorious that saints, and even more sacred persons, were habitually buffooned in the Mystery Plays, and the Church saw no harm.”
“He was buffooned by the media because of his lack of tact, character, an innate ability to not accept responsibility for his actions and, frankly - for being a bad politician.”
“Michael Steele was not buffooned by the media because of his skin color.”
“Bankes and I took tickets of it, and buffooned together very merrily.”
“Corrupt policing, for instance, does not receive a complex treatment in the Kings Cross soap, and public confidence in police may go the way of Commissioner Gordon buffooned in”
“That didn't help when Tom Hicks clumsily tried it at Liverpool, nor when Mike Ashley buffooned through the crisis at Newcastle United, and it isn't doing all that much for West Ham now.”
“I like how John Oliver on the Today Show with Jon Stewart buffooned these folks.”
“Even then what kind of manager would make such a sudden and so disrespectful change that Greg Raschio has buffooned his way into here?”
“Antalcidas their ambaffador to Perfia, on the late peace, to di - vert the great king, danced a faraband, — and buffooned the heroifm of Leonidas. —”
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