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Poetic Definitions: clowned
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Definitively imbecilic, footling, goofy, headless or fatuous.
waggish
coltish
zanier
jollier
zaniest
jolliest
No, never hard, inconvenient, tough, severe or arduous.
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— Shannon Howard
Yoda
Clowned: Master, what will come of me?

A jester, before creation you were!
An entertainer, you have been!
A fool, you are!
A ridicule, you will unendingly be!

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— Edith Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word clowned
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for crowned

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Curtis Foster
Waka
Just like the children,
they're banteringly youthful.
Neither big nor bad!
To mock, taunt, deride or jeer.
A brat, urchin or moppet.

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— Florence Cooper
Unitoum
Clowned

Caper
thicken
humor
lessen

thicken
frolic
lessen
swindle

frolic
donate
swindle
placate

donate
humor
placate
caper.
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— Diana Ros
Tanaka
Provincial person
local area network
fellow countryman
One who works upon the soil.
A countryman or farmer.

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— Philip Innocent
Rondelet
Clowned

Dividing line,
a respectful salutation.
Dividing line,
fair Access Interface Routine.
Area of distribution,
free from sepsis or infection.
Dividing line.

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— Ruby Leopold
Quinzaine
Clowned

Clowns are many pantaloons.
Can you believe it?
Are they weird?

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— Julia Leith
Pi (π)
Can I lend a metre, proclaimed so crowds might see
Terse didactic innuendos, crudely informing, and oh but evermore free?
Fooled or clowns look all too manifest. But is chaffed?
Comedians, waged? - or clowning, comedian? Damn! I deserted chuffed!
I wonder harlequin and certainly hobnailed, but rightly ought I
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— Phillip Red
Octosyllable
Really stockinged and pickled.
But also jagged and hobnailed.
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— Marilyn Silver
Nonet
A buffoon, jester or harlequin
to make a circus of oneself
a countryman or farmer
mentally retarded
a joker or wag
comedian
comical
zany
wild
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— Billy Justice
Mirror Cinquain
clowned
crazed, balmy
hoodwinking, bamboozling, deluding
to have humbugged, conned, gulled, cozened or juggled
numskulls
lunkhead
complacently or inanely foolish
goofing, slacking, duping
stupid, asinine
fatuous
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— Judy Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young man from Chavies,
He needed a word for cavies.
      Could it be tremblers?
      But then thought tumblers!
That literate man from Chavies.
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— Kelleigh Valentine
Kural
Cad, blockhead, dunce, yokel
Peasant's disgraceful nasties

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— Benjamin Harding
Haiku (terse)
Traditionalist
valetudinarian
resurrectionist

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— Arthur Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Evacuating
individualizing
inexperienced

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— Diane Benson
Haiku (modern)
Can you operate?
Motley, fickle, and freakish,
individual!

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— Justin Tate
Gnomic
A wiliness, craftiness or slyness.
A joy, delight or gladness.
A wickedness, badness or viciousness.

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— Marie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
wag
bumpkin
mountebank
ridiculousness

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— Amanda Harvey
Diamante
Clowned
athletic, capricious
harassing, teasing, playing
joke, sport ..... trouble, hindrance
bothering, agitating, harassing
sore, queasy
difficulty
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— Carol Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
clowned
act crazy
play the fool
to mime or mimic
joke

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— Kenneth Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
clowned
or jester
and fool made
by harlequin in dressing.
disgraceful!

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— Sharon Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
jolly
not difficult
to hold in derision
exciting mirth and gayety
cheerful
used as an intensifier
a great quantity of
heavy duty
happy
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— Maria Bennett
Acrostic - Prefix
 Cozen
lunatic
owlish
wild
naive
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— Stephen Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Comical
Slob
Adopt
Dimwit
Jiving
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— Nevada Ward
Acrostic - Suffix
Lunatic
Whimsical
Blotto
Flow
Simpleton
 
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— Gerlach Brooks

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.