- A kind of circus clown.
Etymology: From French French, auguste, from German dumme August, (dumme) August.
- 1971: It had been used for clownish mock-disappearences, one looking for another through endlessly circling blackness, an apparatus not now much in use. " Anthony Burgess, M/F (Penguin 2004, p. 93)
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