Definition of Pierrot
Origin of Pierrot
Words nearby Pierrot
How to use Pierrot in a sentence
But she hits the mark more than she misses, e.g., a debauched rock star is described as looking like “a Pierrot gone bad.”
It was a corso blanc, and everyone wore white—chiefly modifications of Pierrot costume—and everyone was masked.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
Punch and Punchinello, or Pierre and Pierrot are the father and the son of the ancient holy-days or holidays.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Marie Beaugrand she spoke of, but Marie's fiancé, the last finder of the amethyst, she simply called Pierrot.
As it happened, however, there was no mention of Pierrot Desbarat's surname in Jessie's account.
The fact that Pierrot did not appear again was noticed by no single person.Day and Night Stories|Algernon Blackwood