Definition of Buffoonish. Meaning of Buffoonish. Synonyms of Buffoonish

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Definition of Buffoonish

Buffoonish
Buffoonish Buf*foon"ish, a. Like a buffoon; consisting in low jests or gestures. --Blair.

Meaning of Buffoonish from wikipedia

- The Blue Meanies are a fictional army of fierce though buffoonish music-hating beings and the main antagonists in the surreal 1968 Beatles cartoon film...
- the United States) is a parody of vampire films. The plot concerns a buffoonish professor and his clumsy ****istant, Alfred (pla**** by Polanski), who are...
- in 2006. In the sitcom Meet the Browns, he portra**** Derek Porter, a buffoonish frat student who lived next door to Brown Meadows. He often provided service...
- Anderson and Keith David. The film takes place in London with Cody and his buffoonish adult partner, Derek trying to recover a stolen software and stop the...
- Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, a position at odds with his careless, buffoonish personality. He is married to Marge Bouvier, a stereotypical American...
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- commended her performance, writing that she "nicely handles her sometimes buffoonish central comedic role". David Ansen of Newsw**** wrote, "On screen, Keaton...
- Ted Knight, the Baxter character is a broad parody of a vain, shallow, buffoonish TV newsman. Knight's comedic model was William Powell, and he also drew...
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