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synonyms for farcical

  • amusing
  • campy
  • comical
  • funny
  • laughable
  • ludicrous
  • outrageous
  • preposterous
  • ridiculous
  • slapstick
  • camp
  • comic
  • derisory
  • diverting
  • droll
  • for grins
  • gelastic
  • joshing
  • nonsensical
  • risible
  • stupid
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antonyms for farcical

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  • grave
  • reasonable
  • sad
  • sensible
  • serious
  • tragic
  • real
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How to use farcical in a sentence

Put it all together, and it’s easy to see why Russia’s claim that 800 million people worldwide will be vaccinated with Sputnik by the end of 2021 is farcical.
WHY THE CHINESE AND RUSSIAN VACCINES HAVEN'T BEEN THE GEOPOLITICAL WINS THEY WERE HOPING FORIAN BREMMERAUGUST 2, 2021TIME
It’s the game that took Resident Evil’s cinematic ambitions to farcical, absurd extremes, almost ditching its horror roots in all but name and aesthetics.
EVERY RESIDENT EVIL GAME, RANKEDGENE PARKMAY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Despite, or because of its farcical origin, debunk has taken the place of more sober synonyms such as discredit or expose.
FROM ‘SCIENTIST’ TO ‘SPAM,’ THE SURPRISINGLY PLAYFUL ORIGINS OF ENGLISH WORDSRALPH KEYESAPRIL 1, 2021TIME
Seven years after that an American author named William Woodward published a farcical takedown of American business practices called Bunk.
FROM ‘SCIENTIST’ TO ‘SPAM,’ THE SURPRISINGLY PLAYFUL ORIGINS OF ENGLISH WORDSRALPH KEYESAPRIL 1, 2021TIME
Cyberpunk’s open world is largely farcical, mostly an illusion meant to convey breadth without actually delivering.
CYBERPUNK 2077 IS A MESS ON EVERY LEVELPATRICK LUCAS AUSTINDECEMBER 17, 2020TIME
Surely it’s there in the farcical-but-true story Brandon Fuller recalls from circa 1977 about his sister, Bev, 10 years older, who played forward on the Colorado High girls’ basketball team in Colorado City, Tex.
SARAH FULLER MADE HISTORY. HER PARENTS UNDERSTAND WHY HER MOMENT MATTERS.CHUCK CULPEPPERDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The NFL’s effort to complete a season during a pandemic reached a farcical stage Sunday.
WHAT TO KNOW FROM NFL WEEK 12: TYREEK HILL AND DERRICK HENRY TOOK OVER AS THE CORONAVIRUS LOOMEDADAM KILGORENOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It was almost farcical in its needlessness, and poor Dorothy's part in it of the slightest import.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
The incident was farcical enough, but the incidents came so fast that they were beginning to get on Jessie's nerves.
THE WEIGHT OF THE CROWNFRED M. WHITE
Whether they are serious or farcical, they may, in some particulars, not proceed exactly as they are designed to do.
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