a short film of the silent era, often featuring the Keystone Kops.
Slang. any situation or incident characterized by farcical bungling, misunderstandings, etc.
noun 1. a reinforced-concrete joist with sloping sides and the top wider than the bottom.
[kop] /kɒp/ noun 1. Usually, Keystone Kops. (in early silent movies) a team of comic policemen noted for their slapstick routines. 2. Also, Keystone Cop. a person noted for bungling inefficiency: a backfield of Keystone Kops.
[kee-stoh-ner] /ˈkiˌstoʊ nər/ noun, Informal. 1. a native or inhabitant of Pennsylvania (used as a nickname).
noun 1. Pennsylvania (used as a nickname).