Definition of 'clownish'
Example sentences containing 'clownish'
A small, busy-looking woman with a mop of red curls that made her look slightly clownish, she smiled at Malone.MURDER SONG
On either side of him the grotesque, clownish faces; set in the brilliant mosaic walls assumed a more menacing, protective aspect.THE SOUND OF MURDER WEB OF DREAMS
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