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1. clowning

noun. ['ˈklaʊnɪŋ'] acting like a clown or buffoon.

Synonyms

  • schtik
  • shtik
  • indulgence
  • buffoonery
  • shtick
  • folly
  • japery
  • frivolity
  • craziness
  • lunacy
  • schtick
  • foolery
  • harlequinade
  • tomfoolery

Antonyms

  • dress down
  • unpermissiveness
  • discipline
  • wisdom

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Rhymes with Clowning

  • frowning
  • drowning
  • crowning
  • browning
  • amounting
  • accounting
  • downing
  • counting
  • chowning

Sentences with clowning


1. Verb, gerund or present participle
Modern circuses first began to appear in the 1700s, with horse riding displays, clowning and animals.

2. clowning

noun. ['ˈklaʊnɪŋ'] a comic incident or series of incidents.

Synonyms

  • fun
  • comedy
  • play
  • drollery
  • funniness

Antonyms

  • seriousness
  • sanity
  • lack
  • unplayful
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