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adverb as in ridiculously

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The images feature ironic slogans, comical illustrations of military leaders and the three-fingered salute popularized during last year’s pro-democracy protests in Thailand.

From Time

O’Connor noted that Stapleton created a “very comical and emotionally very moving,” character, “a benign, compassionate presence” who made “my egregious churl bearable.”

From Time

GameStop’s stock is skyrocketing to comical levels as part of an ongoing frenzy orchestrated by small-time investors on Reddit and TikTok.

From Quartz

Some of the “Cold War” weapons brought into “Warzone” behave so poorly it’s comical.

The plaintiffs’ arguments in this case would be comical if countless human lives weren’t endangered by them.

From Vox

And keep in mind that even pre-ISIS, an Iraqi comedian was killed in 2006 for comically mocking those in power.

The real advisers to the Ready for Hillary organization are almost comically precise in their avoidance of the term “campaign.”

Obama has been at it again the last few weeks, taking his act on the road to comically skewer the climate change deniers.

At ground level: comically huge, flat-leafed plants that look like they come from a prehistoric diorama.

So when the right hears Obama or McHale comically slamming their beloved Fox News, Rand Paul, or Cliven Bundy, they get mad.

The gout is a standard comic disease which Mandeville gives to his lion to make him comically undignified.

The company got into a “peculiar metre” tune at once, and the singing was about the most comically wretched we ever heard.

Bogey heard it also, and involuntarily put his hands on big stomach and made a comically wry face.

Many emotions of the bird were most comically expressed by hammering.

One eye was badly damaged, but the other was frowning at them comically.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comically, such as: extremely, insanely, laughably, ludicrously, preposterously, and foolishly.

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