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1. He had a clownish sense of humour.
2. A clownish mosaic of shifting hues attired the Harlequin.
3. My clownish mask no longer cloaks a breaking heart, so away with it.
4. That's really silly clownish behavior.
5. The antics of wildebeests are often clownish and entertaining.
6. The clownish grin of a bridled parrotfish reveals its power tools: grinding teeth used to scrape algae from rock.
7. Yet we shouldn’t be fooled: behind the clownish mask there is a state power that functions with ruthless efficiency.
8. While many have portrayed him as a clownish and eccentric figure – an image no doubt reinforced by his characterisation in Team America: World Police – others say he is smart and even witty.
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9. Ali is dressed in a suit and tie and is playfully winging clownish punches at everybody around him.
10. A bounce of thick, curly, sandy hair gave him a rather clownish appearance.
11. I stand by the bed where a young woman lies, her face postoperative, her mouth twisted in palsy, clownish.
12. In response, the New York Times said "To think that one frail life stands between this insolent, clownish creature and the presidency!"
13. His "timing" with the dialogue is perfect, he's not afraid to go all the way with the body language but is never clownish .
14. With such antics and an increasingly outlandish dress sense, the Libyan leader often seemed clownish and deluded.
15. I despise smoking, but the manner in which the "break the habit" message was delivered was clownish .
16. Our heroes set off on a harmless jaunt, but end up far below the surface, chased by a clownish madman.
17. The mask of meringue on her face looked eerie, not clownish at all, and her mouth speaking through the white foam seemed to be a separate creature entirely, a puppet or a fish.