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Origin of cartoon
OTHER WORDS FROM cartooncar·toon·ish, adjectivecar·toon·ist, nounun·car·tooned, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for cartoon
The game began to remind me of long-forgotten, jokey cartoon platformers of the late 90s and early aughts, like “Jak and Daxter” or “Conker’s Bad Fur Day.”
Here, the engine is used to create a painterly, colorful cartoon epic.
The content features the usual cartoon suspects — from Queen Elsa and Aladdin to Mickey Mouse.
A cartoon puzzle book guides kids through the challenges, making this an entirely screen free way to approach STEM learning.
Animaniacs first hit the small screen in 1993, part of a cohort of cartoons that tried to reach young audiences in a whole new way.The Animaniacs reboot, reviewed: Zany is harder to pull off in 2020|Kate Cox|November 23, 2020|Ars Technica
What I love about cartooning is that I have access to two different kinds of communication.
I didn't suppose that basking in reflected glory made one a subject for cartooning; if it does, we'll all pose together.The Vision of Elijah Berl|Frank Lewis Nason
With which Molly Brandeis unconsciously defined the art of cartooning.
I don't know if you and she ever spoke seriously of this little trick of drawing, or cartooning, or whatever it is you have.