That one made me laugh because I felt like such a hambone pantomiming.
Beck is an entertainer, and he does his job with hambone energy and handfuls of self-mockery.
They'd rather fight en a yaller dawg likes fo' to worry a hambone.
Our glee was positively fiendish next day when watching hambone wriggling uneasily in his clothes at parade.
The first thing hambone did was to go to the back of the wagon for the jar.
Reynolds did as directed and hambone ducked for cover and the wagon stood stock still.
A minute or two elapsed and no explosion taking place, hambone rejoined the wagon and the party proceeded.
: The night's most ebullient winner was Finkel, who plays the hambone attorney
A person who fancies himself an actor; histrionic self-advertiser; ham: Every hambone from the deep sticks was constrained to make a speech for the benefit of the cameras (1893+)