Origin of cartoon
OTHER WORDS FROM cartooncar·toon·ish, adjectivecar·toon·ist, nounun·car·tooned, adjective
How to use cartoon in a sentence
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.
A cartoon puzzle book guides kids through the challenges, making this an entirely screen free way to approach STEM learning.
The content features the usual cartoon suspects — from Queen Elsa and Aladdin to Mickey Mouse.
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.
There he continued cartooning, made a living at it, and even developed a cult following.Edward Snowden Risks Sharing Fate of Kim Philby, Guy Burgess & More|Malcolm Jones|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It was many years before regular political cartooning fell to his lot.The History of "Punch"|M. H. Spielmann
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.
With which Molly Brandeis unconsciously defined the art of cartooning.
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