from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The behaviour of a clown; clownishness, tomfoolery.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Clownishness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or character of a clown; ill-breeding; rustic behavior; rudeness of manners.
- n. Clownish buffoonery, as in a pantomime.
Sexist remarks 23%, gross anti-leftist insults 19%, gaffes and clownery 19%, xenophobic cliches 15%, rampant egotism 12%, antisemitism 7%, blasphemy 2%, homophobia 1.5%.
I was, you know, getting in trouble for being funny and that was the first time that my class clownery was funneled in a positive direction and I think that's what 826 does.
There were six high schools and relentlessly foolish stunts and an attitude of indifference and clownery everywhere but the basketball court.
I am ecstatic that anon 1:49 has lowered himself to save me from a lowly life of ass-clownery.
Now back to my daily regiment of ass-clownery and foffing off.
Doesn't Britain deserve better than that clownery?
In the spring, "Producers" star Nathan Lane tries the existential clownery of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot," while Mr. Lane's "Producers" co-star Matthew Broderick tackles Christopher Hampton's academia-set comedy, "The Philanthropist."
I now desperately want to get buttons made up with the words “sloppy half-researched ass-clownery”.
Lawyers believe that the court action looks more like a clownery rather than a real political event.
It's a shame our visitors and residents are witness to this display of jingoistic clownery that does not at all reflect the Australia I was born in and grew up in.