adjective see cartoon

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cartoonish — cartoon ► NOUN 1) a drawing executed in an exaggerated style for humorous or satirical effect. 2) (also cartoon strip) a narrative sequence of humorous drawings with captions in a comic, newspaper, or magazine. 3) a film made from a sequence of… …   English terms dictionary

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