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zany

a clown or buffoon, esp one in old comedies who imitated other performers with ludicrous effect
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The relationship between Zany and Fella is beautifully drawn; each grieves in her own way and their sisterly squabbles ring true.
In the course of investigating the alleged burglaries, investigators discovered the prostitute's identity after viewing surveillance video from businesses near Zany Zoo, Eugene police Detective Rick Lowe said.
And because Zany is a comedian, his casual conversation reflexively includes punch lines; I compare them to holiday bonuses: a little something extra.
So it wasn't long after starting the business before the awards began rolling in and Zany Zeus boutique cheeses, including halloumi and feta, quickly gained a large following around the country's hospitality industry.
There was a dog path to the road, and Zany was at the top of it.
I'M CRAzy FOR yOU Brooke and Josh pull zany faces at the camera
Neither is true--with great British wit, irony, and tongue-in-cheek humor, The Haggis-On-Whey World of Unbelievable Brilliance packs in zany squid and science references and neo-science observations suitable for any fan of Monty Python British humor.
Our favorite nudist Chester is back with more humorous renderings of his life, family and friends, and the zany situations he manages to get himself into.
00) enjoys bright and zany illustration by David Catrow, an award-winning political cartoonist and a prior children's book illustrator, as it dabs paint into a world made black-and-white by a mother tired of her son's mess.
Staged with commedia dell'arte masks and white-face makeup, but with modern references spiking the action in the cheekiest of ways, this ``Tartuffe'' quickly shifts into zany overdrive and never stops.
The famous blackface zany had not intended his creation to become the generic name for Southern segregation.
ZANY bag designer Lulu Guinness says she is sick of celebrity schmoozing.