FUNAMBULESQUE


FUNAMBULESQUE
adj. des deux genres

Qui se rapporte aux funambules et, par extension, aux tours et procédés de comique des farceurs populaires.

Par extension, il signifie aussi Qui est burlesque, grotesque, extravagant. Un projet, un programme, un discours funambulesque.

L'Academie francaise. 1935.

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