croesan, croesaniaid, chroesan, chroesaniaid, digrifwas, ddigrifwas, groesan, groesaniaid, nghroesan, nghroesaniaid, nigrifwas
Noun(1) a rude or vulgar fool(2) a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior
(1) Along the same lines, there is an ad that features an incompetent buffoon who can't get his car stereo to work.(2) I can never be sure whether I come across as witty or buffoonish at work.(3) In his heyday he was beloved as a comic genius, first from his radio days on The Goon Show, and then in his highly successful years on film, playing a long line of memorable characters headed by the heroically buffoonish Inspector Clouseau.(4) The transition from buffoonish to sinister is seamless.(5) Sit back and savour the antics and battle of wits unleashed by the team of buffoons , hold your breath at the breath-stopping show of trapeze artistes and the exciting fare dished out by acrobats on bicycles.(6) I am usually quite controlled, but I was irritated that I was forced to spend my time with these sycophantic buffoons , and it occurred to me that I should for once try to extract a fee for my weekly generosity.(7) He mocked these buffoons and perhaps rendered them a bit too much in caricature, but then, the upper-class conservatives deserve to be ridiculed for their part in furthering the downfall of British society.(8) Far from being a bunch of incompetent buffoons the agency was assigned the delicate task of choosing the target, keeping it a secret from other NATO allies and providing the necessary cover story once the bombing occurred.(9) And yes, yes, for the hundredth time YES, feminists disapprove of advertisements that stereotype men as ignorant buffoons .(10) However, before dismissing the generals as mere incompetent buffoons , we must establish the context.(11) By the end of the Civil War the backcountry idiom had been completely identified with the ignorant and buffoons .(12) According to the script, Interpol is run by buffoons and they let a super bad guy named Snakehead get away when he was about to steal the life-giving medallion.(13) Parody and satire work best when the target is worthy, with some fundamental flaw in their thinking or action that when exposed via a skilled humorist reveals them for the misguided buffoons that they are.(14) These two gentlemen chose to behave like buffoons and engaged in heckling each other, much to the alarm of the businessmen who were expecting some intelligent responses to their questions.(15) He was ruined by megalomania and self-indulgence, but had also been shrewdly disarmed by a society that reduced those who threatened it to harmless buffoons .(16) Memo to Charles: the next time one of these buffoons wanders in and says ├ö├ç├┐I'm a spin doctor and I'm here to help ├ö├ç├û, run the other way.
1. clown ::
2. fool ::
Different Formsbuffoon, buffoonish, buffoons
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