Associations to the word «Clown»
CLOWN, noun. A performance artist often associated with a circus and typically characterised by bright, oversized clothing, a red nose, face paint, and a brightly colored wig and who performs slapstick.
CLOWN, noun. A person who acts in a silly fashion.
CLOWN, noun. (UK) A stupid person.
CLOWN, noun. (obsolete) A man of coarse nature and manners; an awkward fellow; an illbred person; a boor.
CLOWN, noun. (obsolete) One who works upon the soil; a rustic; a churl.
CLOWN, verb. To act in a silly fashion.
CLOWN ABOUT, verb. (UK) to have fun in an irresponsible manner
CLOWN AROUND, verb. To have fun in an irresponsible manner.
CLOWN CAR, noun. (comedy) A popular circus clown routine whereby an implausibly large amount of clowns would climb into or out of a small car.
CLOWN CAR, noun. (industry) A bait-and-switch car.
CLOWN CARS, noun. Plural of clown car
CLOWN DOCTOR, noun. A clown who visits hospitals in half-clown and half-doctor garb to entertain young patients.
CLOWN DOCTORS, noun. Plural of clown doctor
CLOWN SHOE, noun. A comedically oversized shoe, usually in a bright color or colors and with a bulbous front
CLOWN SHOES, noun. Plural of clown shoe
CLOWN, noun. A rude or vulgar fool.
CLOWN, noun. A person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior.
CLOWN, verb. Act as or like a clown.
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