- clownish + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Groups of men walked abreast with their arms linked clownishly.”
“Yet, we still have our share of wild creatures, like the flock of turkeys I startled while walking my dogs, about a dozen prehistoric looking birds with gray wattles, brown feathers and clownishly large clawed feet.”
“They have proven to be as clownishly incompetent at defending the country as they are in, well, any other area of governance.”
“This version plays the same card, but adds some pretty on-the-nose political leanings as well, as James Marsden's David is a stereotypical 'latte-liberal' lives in Hollywood, atheist, Ivy-League educated, etc while the people he encounters in this new environment are almost clownishly 'Southern' in their appearance and behavior.”
“He stood up again, laughing clownishly at his own cleverness.”
“Their eyes were outlined with mascara, freckles and rouge applied almost clownishly to their cheeks.”
“He held it aloft for a second or two, as if admiring (or puzzling over) the image of himself piping clownishly, mockingly, sensually, powerfully, in some forgotten time.”
“Putting his finger in his mouth, clownishly playing dumb, Buddy said he knew nothing about it.”
“Soon, millions of Americans were counting themselves as followers of Glenn Beck, the clownishly divorced-from-reality host of a popular Fox program.”
“Are there no clownishly flamboyant gay dimwits who are black?”
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