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How to use farceur in a sentence

Imagine a shantyman (farceur as he ever was) making for edification in that style!
THE SHANTY BOOK, PART I, SAILOR SHANTIESRICHARD RUNCIMAN TERRY
The tight-fisted little farceur had a confused reverence for anything that seemed to him refined or clever.
MAIN STREETSINCLAIR LEWIS
Huysmans the farceur, the Jules Verne of sthetics, is enjoying himself.
EGOISTSJAMES HUNEKER
That half farceur, half ruffian, who had the characteristics of a modern anarchist, was a genius for organization.
CSAR OR NOTHINGPO BAROJA BAROJA
Is Legouv a cold farceur, a Swift, who tried whether France would swallow a new absurdity?
BAUDELAIRE: HIS PROSE AND POETRYCHARLES BAUDELAIRE
He would have given far more than thirty dollars a month for this drama; for he was not only rich, but a great farceur.
BALCONY STORIESGRACE E. KING
All this had its use, and many of the sufferers long since became the farceur's devoted friends.
THE HOLY CROSS AND OTHER TALESEUGENE FIELD
The name of the Medici naturally gave rise to many jests, and one of these is narrated of Gonella, a famous farceur.
LEGENDS OF FLORENCECHARLES GODFREY LELAND
The firmament is not to be shaken, but Annibale is not a farceur, nor his Blessed One absurd.
LORE OF PROSERPINEMAURICE HEWLETT
He was by turns a farceur, a wit, a man of emotion, a man with a touch of genius.
THE WAY OF AMBITIONROBERT HICHENS
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WORDS RELATED TO FARCEUR

  • a million laughs
  • card
  • clown
  • comedian
  • comic
  • cutup
  • droll
  • farceur
  • funny person
  • funster
  • humorist
  • jester
  • joker
  • jokester
  • kibitzer
  • kidder
  • life of the party
  • madcap
  • prankster
  • punster
  • quipster
  • show-off
  • trickster
  • wisecracker
  • wit
  • zany
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