from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A mischievous person; a prankster.
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- noun Someone who
cuts up; someone who acts boisterouslyor clownishly, for example, by playing practical jokes
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Actually part 1 of this Utube series cutup is a good April Fool if you want to seek it out.
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It’s that kind of cutup technique where you jostle words ’round, and if they land in the right way, they convey something that’s almost like hinting at something.
Of course, Fallon wasn't the only late-night cutup to take aim at Trump — or Bin Laden.
Being class president means you are a target for every cutup in the class, and factions will inevitably be formed against you.
She's packed the anniversary show with comedic bloopers, behind-the-scenes secrets and a gab session with Saturday Night Live cutup Seth Meyers.
City mice—turned—country cutup couple Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Dr. Brent Ridge return for Season 2 of The Fabulous Beekman Boys Tuesday, 10/9c, Planet Green, the laugh-out-loud look at their lives on an organic farm in upstate New York.
He and wife Cindy doesn't have to cutup their AARP card.
Unless she has any ability to seriously argue true facts that Palin has done great things for the people of Alaska then all Fey has is comedy cutup with the likes of Bill Maher.
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McCain did you and your wife cutup your AARP membership cards.
(Soundbite of sauteing) NORRIS: Mm, we cook sausage, another Dorie twist for this French version of shepherds pie, then return the bullion and our cutup beef to the pan.
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