Examples of funnyman in a Sentence
a funnyman who honed his shtick in vaudeville, Milton Berle was credited with popularizing the medium of television
Recent Examples of funnyman from the Web
When Cardi B first appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last year, the late night funnyman was rendered speechless by Cardi’s gregarious enthusiasm, much to the delight of his fans.
Whether pleading with the president about gun control reform or discussing health care, the late-night funnyman revving up to host Sunday's Oscars isn't afraid to hide his emotions on the topic at hand, a trait DeGeneres is fond of.
The Cubs ace, who birdied the second hole at Augusta National, recently shared a couch with funnyman David Feherty.
Phil Johnson is probably best-known around San Diego for his prowess as a funnyman — both as an actor and playwright.
Marty Allen, a fuzzy-haired funnyman who formed part of a popular comedy duo in the 1960s with singer and comic straight man Steve Rossi, appearing on countless television talk shows and variety shows, died Feb. 12 in Las Vegas.
Nevertheless, by mid-January the funnyman was back on stage with a new show.
But crowd-pleasing funnyman Jim Carrey had the lead, and perhaps the studio didn’t want to put the bankable star into a role that would tarnish his image as the lovable goofball.
Sending a funnyman around the world to eat local delights is not exactly a new idea.
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First Known Use of funnyman
FUNNYMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of funnyman for English Language Learners
: a man who is funny; especially : a professional comedian
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