harlequinade harlequinade


  • (n) acting like a clown or buffoon



  1. In the harlequinade tumble for television, radio and newspaper publicity, more and more Congressmen have begun to play to the microphone and the lens.
  2. Productive of a wide gamut of emotions and effective for about half of the 13 scenes, this trickery becomes a dizzying harlequinade at the last.
  3. Director Douglas Campbell has made a stylized harlequinade of Molire's comedy of avarice, with curtsying dances and puckish pratfalls, Halloween masks and wopsical hats.

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