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Origin of buffoon
OTHER WORDS FROM buffoonbuf·foon·er·y [buh-foo-nuh-ree] /bəˈfu nə ri/, nounbuf·foon·ish, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for buffoonish
On top of that, Mr. Trump is vulgar, shallow, narcissistic, buffoonish, and has a fondness for conspiracy theories.
First, his Jets are indeed a soap opera—a messy, bizarre, buffoonish spectacle of a team.
Venezuela's authoritarian president Hugo Chavez is a villain out of a Batman movie: buffoonish and sinister in equal measure.
Callow might look and play the buffoonish lush on screen, but he began on the great stage and continues to act and direct.Nicholson Baker, Katie Kitamura, and This Week’s Hot Reads: July 30, 2012|Jimmy So|July 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The same geniuses envisioned the buffoonish Michael Steele as a right-wing answer to Barack Obama.
Rip still dozed before the fire and wagged a buffoonish tail in servile recognition.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown
Loud bursts of laughter interrupted a monologue which was sometimes slow and oratorical, at others rattling and buffoonish.Romola|George Eliot