absurd

[ ab-surd, -zurd ]SEE DEFINITION OF absurd

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The other idea was absurd—too wild for serious consideration.

Thinking back, he felt that it was all absurd and dreamlike.

She did not like the things at all, for no one could be certain what absurd thing he might not do.

She had almost thought that was the name of the feeling, only it had seemed so absurd.

"It's too absurd to think about," Gilder repeated, impatiently.

She told herself that it was absurd to do so; none the less she did it.

She was young and strong, and surely a pair of willing hands—that was absurd about the uniform.

This thing of marriage being the end of all things was absurd.

It is rather an absurd idea, and it may be more fortunate than good.

It is my duty to think for both, if he's too much in love—the dear, absurd fellow!

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