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Definition of "buffoonish" [buf•foon•ish]

  • Characteristic of a buffoon (adjective)

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Use "buffoonish" in a sentence
  • "Rolling Stone interview where Obama, Biden, various officials, and others were basically described as buffoonish louts, leading the country to defeat in Afghanistan, is a case all its own."
  • "Cranston was previously best known as the buffoonish father on "Malcolm in the Middle," but "Breaking" has scored him two consecutive Emmys for outstanding actor in a drama series, an achievement that has propelled him to the top tier of TV dramatic actors."
  • "He goes too far, however, in a recent post blasting Olbermann for a "buffoonish" segment on Carrie Prejean."