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noun as in humorist

noun as in scream

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Commuters at Hackney Wick greeted by fond tribute to the late comedienne.

Or perhaps he has some important things to say about cross-dressing 1990s comedienne Paula Poundstone.

Producer/comedienne Louise Palanker, who was a mentor and benefactor to the Arvizo family, was also there.

Meet the British comedienne poised to take the cringe-comedy throne with her show, Going Native.

The TV comedienne known for her alter ego, Rhoda, says she may only have three months to live.

The aim of the ex-comedienne having been thus far attained, things followed their regular course.

The ex-comedienne had made up her mind that the house of the young couple should become the liveliest place in the world.

The strongest situation possible in the sensational play is that in which the comedienne flags the train or stops the belt.

She was advertised as the Polish comedienne, Mizzi Markis, and the announcements hinted at her royal though remote ancestry.

Was it not the fashion of the day for the actresses to take lovers, or for the fops to have an opera girl or a comedienne?


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comedienne, such as: entertainer, satirist, card, clown, comic, and jester.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.