bozotic

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bozotic

/boh-zoh'tik/ or /boh-zo'tik/ adj. [from the name of a TV clown even more losing than Ronald McDonald] Resembling or having the quality of a bozo; that is, clownish, ludicrously wrong, unintentionally humorous. Compare wonky, demented. Note that the noun `bozo' occurs in slang, but the mainstream adjectival form would be `bozo-like' or (in New England) `bozoish'.
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bozotic definition

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(From Bozo the Clown, a famous circus personality, via "bozo" - a clod, idiot or generally silly person) any form of clown-like or ludicrous behaviour. The word also has echoes of "robotic", so bozotic behaviour is mindless, automaton-like stupidity.
[Jargon File]
(1996-01-05)

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