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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A clown or buffoon v. - Variegate with spots or marks.

Usage examples (39)
  • Of course then there is the desert in harlequin, it comes from the first Harleqin I ever read and it will always be a fav
  • This is called the harlequin bug from its fantastic appearance.
  • The harlequin was a little girl named Gilchrist, one of the most beautiful children, in face and figure, that I have ever seen.
  • Ryan was born with a rare genetic skin disorder called harlequin ichthyosis where the skin sheds seven to 10 times faster than normal. for more
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