cutup
noun Date: 1843 a person who clowns or acts boisterously

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  • cutup — ☆ cutup [kut′up΄ ] n. Informal a person who clowns, plays practical jokes, etc. to attract attention …   English World dictionary

  • Cutup — For the cut up technique of rearranging text, see Cut up technique. Cutup is a group of London based artists, whose work mainly revolves around the manipulation of billboard advertisements. Their first works consisted of removing a billboard,… …   Wikipedia

  • cutup — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: cut up : one that cuts up and clowns or acts boisterously : show off * * * /kut up /, n. Informal. a prankster or show off. [1775 85; n. use of v. phrase cut up] * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • cutup — /kut up /, n. Informal. a prankster or show off. [1775 85; n. use of v. phrase cut up] * * * …   Universalium

  • cutup — noun Someone who cuts up; someone who acts boisterously or clownishly, for example, by playing practical jokes Syn: class clown, prankster …   Wiktionary

  • cutup — Synonyms and related words: bad boy, banana, booger, buffoon, bugger, burlesquer, caricaturist, carouser, clown, comedian, comic, contestant, devil, elf, enfant terrible, epigrammatist, farceur, frisker, frolicker, funmaker, funnyman, gag writer …   Moby Thesaurus

  • cutup — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Informal. One who causes minor trouble or damage: devil, imp, mischief, prankster, rascal, rogue, scamp. See GOOD …   English dictionary for students

  • cutup — n. showoff, boaster, braggart …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cutup — cut•up [[t]ˈkʌtˌʌp[/t]] n. Informal. inf a prankster or show off • Etymology: 1775–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • Digital Cutup Lounge — is an electronic music duo from Hong Kong, now based in Los Angeles and Somerset, UK. Its two members are DJs and multi instrumentalists John von Seggern (born Wisconsin, USA) and British born Stephen Ives. Apart from their own performances,… …   Wikipedia

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