comical

[ kom-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF comical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMICAL

All right; and now will you let us have your plan of getting rid of these comical assailants?

"Well, that's nice," retorted Benedetta with comical indignation.

Godwin's disappointment would be comical if it were not painful.

"They are the most comical things in the world," replied their uncle.

No, really, it was comical how all that was becoming realized!

"Less the fine," put in Juve-Vagualame with a comical grimace.

The Augustan Age was comical enough, if we may trust some of Horaces satires.

Robb shook his head with a comical 279 expression of chagrin.

Ike turned to her again, and his anger had merged into a comical look of chagrin.

It was sad, yet comical withal, to notice the things that went out.

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