noun, plural far·ceurs [fahr-surz; French far-sœr] /fɑrˈsɜrz; French farˈsœr/.
Origin of farceur
Examples from the Web for farceur
Imagine a shantyman (farceur as he ever was) making for edification in that style!The Shanty Book, Part I, Sailor Shanties|Richard Runciman Terry
He was by turns a farceur, a wit, a man of emotion, a man with a touch of genius.The Way of Ambition|Robert Hichens
Huysmans the farceur, the Jules Verne of sthetics, is enjoying himself.Egoists|James Huneker
The women crossed themselves, and the men muttered "farceur."Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris|Henry Labouchre
All this had its use, and many of the sufferers long since became the farceur's devoted friends.The Holy Cross and Other Tales|Eugene Field