Australian A person given to comical or outlandish behavior.(noun)
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Use "larrikin" in a sentence
"This may have something to do with brassiere technology, or the design of sweaters, or possibly the footage was shot by Australian news cameramen with a specific interest in that area - what you might call the larrikin school of film-making."
"He is more perfect than any alleged "larrikin" or Bottle-O character I have ever attempted to sketch, not even excepting my own beloved Benno."
"Beer is a left-arm spinner and the kind of larrikin have-a-go competitor all but phased out by this over-regulated country."