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clown, n. 1. buffoon, merry-andrew; jester, fool, harlequin, pantomime, mime; punch, pantaloon, Scaramouch; zany droll, wag, Fr. farceur, wit, comic, comedian, humorist, funnyman; joker, prankster, practical joker, Inf. cutup, Inf card.
2. boor, churl, curmudgeon, brute, yahoo,
Inf. goop; lout, oaf, dolt, clod, clodhopper, lubber, ox, slouch; Inf. lummox, SI. klutz, SI. galoot, SI. lug; bungler, bumbler, fumbler, botcher, blunderer, boggier, Inf butterfingers, Inf. duffer.
3. peasant, rustic, country cousin, provincial, gaffer, hobnail,
Often Disparaging, hillbilly, Inf. chawbacon, Inf. cider squeezer; yokel, bumpkin, country bumpkin, hawbuck, SI. hick, SI. rube.
-v. 4. jest, make fun, banter, chaff, joke,
SI. wisecrack; play pranks, Inf. cut up, trick, fool; pantomime, mime, burlesque, parody, lampoon, ridicule. cloy, v. 1. glut, stuff, cram, gorge, overfeed; surfeit, pall, overfill, overdo; satiate, sate, saturate, fill up, satisfy, suffice.
2. choke, gag, sicken, nauseate; dull, deaden, numb, benumb, blunt, obtund; weary, exhaust, tire, bore. club,
n. 1. cudgel, bludgeon, bastinado, blackjack, bat, flail, billy, Chiefly Irish Eng. shillelagh, mace, Archaic, maul, Obs. truncheon; cane, baton, staff, stick, Polo, mallet.
2. society, organization, brotherhood, fraternity, sorority, fellowship, lodge, sodality, community, troop, team, group; clique, coterie, set, circle, knot, band, ring, gang, crowd, clan; association, affiliation, consortium, company, alliance, league, coalition, federation, guild, union,
Inf outfit.
3. headquarters, center, rendezvous, meeting place, house, clubhouse, haunt, casino,
Inf. hangout; retreat, lodge, camp.
4. cabaret, night club, key club,
Inf. night spot, Inf. spot; bistro, roadhouse, tavern, bar, pub, public house, rathskeller, beer garden, SI. dive, SI. joint, SI. honky-tonk; dance hall, discotheque, Inf. disco, SI. juke joint.
-v. 5. cudgel, bludgeon, baste, bastinado, black jack, flail, fustigate,
Archaic, truncheon; beat, batter, maul, mall, flog, pommel, pummel.
6. coalesce, league, team, band, herd, pool; associate, affiliate, ally, syndicate, federate, confederate, incorporate; unite, combine, merge, conjoin, join together.
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Often club up or together join forces, pull together, stand shoulder to shoulder, stand side by side, cooperate, concert, work or act together, act in concert; lump together, pool resources, make a joint contribution, make a common purse; share, apportion, split or divide the cost, Inf. divvy up the cost, Inf. go Dutch. cluck, v. 1. cackle, chuck, chuckle, click, clack; crow, quack; chirp, chirrup, chirk, coo.
-n. 2. cackle, cackling, chuck, chucking, chuckle, chuckling, click, clicking, clack, clacking; crow, crowing, quack, quacking; chirp, chirping, chirrup, chirruping, chirk, chirking, coo, cooing. clue,
n. 1. hint, tip-off, intimation, cue, suggestion; inkling, trace, note, glimmer, suspicion; insinuation, implication, inference; impression, feeling, idea, notion; direction, indication, indicator, pointer, guide, mark; sign, token, symptom, symbol, key.
-v. 2.
Informal, give [s.o.] a hint, tip off, intimate, cue, suggest; insinuate, imply, infer, give the impression; give a sign, indicate, direct, point out, guide.
3. clue in
Slang, fill [s.o.] in, give [s.o.] the facts, Inf. give [s.o.] the low-down, give [s.o.] the details, inform [s.o.]. clump, n. 1. cluster, group, bunch, aggregation, colony; thicket, shrubs, bushes, copse, Chiefly Brit.

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