Definition of 'clownish'
Example sentences containing 'clownish'
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A small, busy-looking woman with a mop of red curls that made her look slightly clownish, she smiled at Malone. MURDER SONGOn either side of him the grotesque, clownish faces; set in the brilliant mosaic walls assumed a more menacing, protective aspect. THE SOUND OF MURDERI don't want the doll to have the wide, clownish smile some toy dolls have. WEB OF DREAMS
Trends of 'clownish'
Used Rarely. clownish is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of clownish from the Collins English Dictionary
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