Word:

Clown

Pronunciation: kloun
n.1.A man of coarse nature and manners; an awkward fellow; an ill-bred person; a boor.
2.One who works upon the soil; a rustic; a churl.
The clown, the child of nature, without guile.
- Cowper.
3.The fool or buffoon in a play, circus, etc.
v. i.1.To act as a clown; - with it.
Noun1.Clownclown - a rude or vulgar fool
Synonyms: buffoon
2.Clownclown - a person who amuses others by ridiculous behavior
Verb1.clown - act as or like a clown
Synonyms: antic, clown around
To see a clown in you dream, symbolizes absurdity, light-heartedness, and a childish side to your own character. The countenance of the clown is a reflection of your own feelings and emotions. Whether it is a happy clown or a sad clown that will help guide you through how you may be feeling. The actions of the clown signify your uninhibited nature. Alternatively, it is an indication of your thoughtless actions. If you have a fear or phobia of clowns, the clown may represent a mysterious person in your life who means you harm. Somebody you know may not be who they appear to be. Or somebody may be pretending to be somebody they are not and are hiding under a facade. *Please see also Jester.Babbitt, Columbine, Hanswurst, Harlequin, Pantalone, Pantaloon, Philistine, Polichinelle, Pulcinella, Punch, Punchinello, Scaramouch, acrobat, aerialist, apple knocker, arriviste, ass, banana, bareback rider, be foolish, be stupid, blockhead, blunderer, blunderhead, boor, born fool, botcher, bounder, bourgeois, bucolic, buffo, buffoon, bumbler, bumpkin, bungler, burlesquer, cad, caper, caricaturist, churl, circus artist, clod, clodhopper, clodknocker, clot, clown around, comedian, comic, country bumpkin, cut up, cutup, dolt, doodle, egregious ass, epicier, epigrammatist, equestrian director, equilibrist, farceur, farmer, figure of fun, flier, fool, fool around, frivol, fumbler, funnyman, gag writer, gagman, gagster, galoot, gawk, get funny, go haywire, gowk, groundling, guttersnipe, harlequin, hayseed, hick, high-wire artist, hillbilly, hooligan, horse around, humorist, ignoramus, ill-bred fellow, invite ridicule, ironist, jack-pudding, jackass, jerk, jester, joker, jokesmith, jokester, juggler, klutz, lampooner, lion tamer, looby, lout, low fellow, lubber, lummox, lunatic, madcap, merry-andrew, milksop, mime, mooncalf, motley, motley fool, mountebank, mucker, mummer, nouveau riche, oaf, ox, parodist, parvenu, peasant, perfect fool, pickle-herring, play the buffoon, play the fool, prankster, provincial, punner, punster, quipster, reparteeist, ribald, ringmaster, rough, roughneck, rowdy, rube, ruffian, rustic, satirist, schmuck, slack-rope artist, slouch, slubberer, snake charmer, softhead, sop, stupid ass, sword swallower, tightrope walker, tomfool, trapeze artist, trifle, tumbler, upstart, vulgarian, vulgarist, wag, wagwit, wisecracker, wit, witling, yahoo, yokel, zany
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