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comical

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The Daily Beast crosswords, on the other hand, see daylight so fast it's almost comical.

It might seem comical that the church puts together an annual firearms enthusiast meetup that features such events as a gun-toting fashion show equipped with a runway and all.

Whereas you once saw the well-turned riders and coveted them, now they seem almost comical in their conformity.

It may seem comical, but it also highlights the fact that one of the largest subway systems in the world has almost no bathrooms.

From Ozy

Brosnan and Mol are terrific in their supporting roles, bringing the movie some much-needed semi-comical glints of ice.

From Time

On the show, it led to this half-comical, half-horrifying, but 100 percent amazing moment.

What humans choose to do with this shapeless primordial stuff leaking through the cracks can often be almost comical.

“Adelie penguins are the most lovable, rollicking, comical kind,” the story read.

Initially, I only was aware of George as a musician and artist, along with his comical side.

The soldier launches into a comical strut and pretends to polish his guard box with his knuckles.

Then the boy lifted out the comical little pig, and Squinty found himself inside a large box, very much like the pen at home.

Bob, the boy who had bought Squinty, the comical pig, laughed and clapped his hands.

And from then on the comical little pig learned many tricks.

Squinty heard one man cry, and then the comical little pig dodged under a bush, and kept on running.

The little comical pig was rather lonesome after Slicko had left him, but he was no longer hungry, thanks to the acorns.

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On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comical, such as: absurd, comic, entertaining, farcical, funny, and goofy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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