comic[ kom-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF comic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMIC
Aside to audience in comic despair, with appropriate gesture.
It is a pity that the comic chorus had disappeared, or the picture were complete.
Serse, it must be explained, is a comic opera, and the only comic opera that Handel ever wrote.
Of course, there'd have to be a comic part for me, too, but you needn't worry much about that.
You couldn't sing a comic song on the pony's back, could you?'
Her name is not Buttons; she is not in the least a contemptible nor entirely a comic figure.
Thrice had she come, once comic and once tragic and once heroic.
Nature is as plain as one of her pigs, as commonplace, as comic, and as healthy.
This would have been fair play, and comic; but the comedy should have ended by this time.
That is why I elected to do comic sketches, and shall continue to do them.