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noun as in person who draws cartoons

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Sure, there were temperature checks, child-size masks with cartoon characters and staggered arrival times.

When he was a kid, Jeff Frankenstein got teased a lot by kids who called him a monster or Franken Berry, a cartoon mascot for the monster cereal.

It was a quiet cartoon — more of a meditation on seasonal depression than a proper holiday film.

McConnell also published some of his studies in his own journal, The Worm Runner’s Digest, alongside sci-fi humor and cartoons.

Growing up, her closest connection to hunting was Elmer Fudd cartoons.

The cartoonist, better known as Charb, was shot dead Wednesday.

Glackens was a prolific cartoonist in Philadelphia and his comics are one of the most surprising elements in the Puck book.

“My name is Alison Bechdel and I am a cartoonist,” she says with a little laugh at the beginning of her MacArthur video.

The combination of talents that you need to be a daily cartoonist is weird.

The young Syrian-Palestinian cartoonist extends a vital tradition—but one where reprisal can mean violence death.

A talented cartoonist, distinguished practical joker, and recognized as one of the kings of bon mot, he led a free and easy life.

The cartoonist prepared a quiet supper for them and they remained overnight in the Nast home.

He early showed ability as a cartoonist, and was noted among his friends as a good story teller.

A well-known cartoonist toiled long in early life at some uncongenial task for a pittance.

One Mr. Lugubrious Blue flits through the drawings of a certain famous cartoonist.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cartoonist, such as: artist, illustrator, caricaturist, gagster, comic artist, and gag person.

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