Etymology
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buffoonery (n.)

"low jokes, vulgar pranks," 1620s; see buffoon + -ery.

updated on August 21, 2017

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Definitions of buffoonery from WordNet

buffoonery (n.)
acting like a clown or buffoon;
Synonyms: clowning / japery / frivolity / harlequinade / prank
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