buffoonery[ buh-foon ]SEE DEFINITION OF buffoonery
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUFFOONERY
It was cruel that his extreme unhappiness should have in it something of buffoonery.
As late as 1783 the buffoonery of this kind of exhibition continued.
O'Mally, for all his buffoonery, was a keen one to read a face.
One of the eye-witnesses said to us: 'We thought that this was part of the buffoonery.'
This is not a criticism of the phallus on grounds of obscenity, but on grounds of buffoonery.
Tabarin's wits were not exhausted by this kind of buffoonery.
Buffoonery she possibly, even probably, could learn to hate.
Brederode was not to be the hero of that party which he disgraced by his buffoonery.
Maybe I am wrong and there is a purpose behind this buffoonery.
Garrick did not much like to be seen by him when playing any buffoonery.