buffoon : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a rude or vulgar fool
- n a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior
- If the buffoon factor has crippled Mecham's governorship, charges of incompetence and corruption could kill it.
- He is killer and clown, big-hearted buffoon and strutting martinet.
- Why do you only play a buffoon? I'd like to see you as a bad guy.
News & Articles
- bankroll beatdown
[...] when her eyebrows raised after seeing the bearded buffoon, she didn't have to say a word. Came to the track feeling a bit green around the gills (no crying in baseball, and no sick days at Saratoga). [...] I get to my desk in the press box and someone has put an eight-hour-old breakfast (sausage, eggs, potatoes and puddles of congealed grease) on my desk. Turn my back for a second and ...
Aug. 4, 2013 - Albany Times Union
- Adam Sandler in E! Online (blog)
When KJ texts me,says Sandler, "I laugh like a buffoon for five minutes. I don't write that 'LOL' because I'm a comedian and I think other comedians will go, 'Are you f#@!ing kidding me? You wrote LOL?"
- Vince Papale in KCCI.com
To laugh at Hitler, to expose him for the buffoon he was beneath the uniform, this is what I have tried to do. The movie shows Hitler tired after a decade in power. I hope Germans laugh, I believe they will. I don't want to give this psychological... Dani Levy http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dani_Levy&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHmlNqeIUGFIIO65TnDJQwLpUsczA Daily News & Analysis http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp%3FNewsID%3D1066242&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHWIwP3Ep9ATKzJv7SL4tYEibDmlw Nov 25, 2006
13324 18115 buffoon I always wanted to do it. My friends did goad me but I wanted to keep it quiet, I didn't want to be perceived as a buffoon," Papale said.