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zany a buffoon, a merry-andrew, a mimic, LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, v. 2. 463; “the fools' zanies” TWELFTH NIGHT, i. 5. 84. (wrongly explained by Douce the “fools' bawbles, which had upon the top of them the head of a fool)”

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