[ba-boo-nuh-ree or, esp. British, buh-]
noun, plural ba·boon·er·ies.
an uncouth, ridiculous, or brutish condition, attitude, or action.
Origin of baboonery
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Examples from the Web for baboonery
But young Nap, now styled Administrator of the Baboonery, was before him.
You smiled with satisfaction when you saw how great the improvement was that baboonery had made toward manhood.Rattlin the Reefer|Edward Howard