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- n. Baboonish behavior. (Marryat).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Baboonish behavior.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as babery, 1.
- n. A collection of baboons.
- n. Baboonish conduct or condition.
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That Bolshevism was foul baboonery was obvious to any but the most ardent and simple socialist utopian.
Briggs came across as a seemingly opportunistic and somewhat ineffectual politician, but regardless of his baboonery, the issue that he and his supporters tapped into -- "gay teachers" -- was volatile enough to find large-scale support among the electorate.
Compare the surgeon's grace inherent in Gosford Park to the soused baboonery of Prêt-à-Porter (1994), and you glimpse a restless and conflicted intelligence plunging into the combat of cultural intercourse without the benefit of superego.
And the fact that women anywhere are willing to dignify such baboonery with a response infuriates me.
This 'bloody baboonery', as the communists called the highly publicized police performance, was preceded by inspired press reports of evidence - more sensational than the notorious Zinoviev letter, - of a revolutionary plot directed from Moscow to prepare the way for the black republic.
As far as many people are concerned your brand of loony left wing tribal politics is just as corrosive and harmful as the EDL's baboonery.
You smiled with satisfaction when you saw how great the improvement was that baboonery had made toward manhood.
Whilst the baboonery of fascism skipped and capered in Germany, Italy.
With peace made with Germany on Haig's terms by mid-October, the British troops already in Russia have a German ally to help them to crush what Churchill calls "the foul baboonery of Bolshevism".