farcical[ fahr-si-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF farcical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FARCICAL
It would look so farcical if it were not so deadly to witness.
It was tragic enough for him in all conscience, but he could see no farcical element.
What is this farcical, factitious glamour that will not bear the light of day?
The Sun was full of the most solemn matters treated in the most farcical way.
A farcical extravaganza, dramatized under the title of “Seven Days”
Is that trumped up, farcical idea, your excuse for fighting me?
Manti seemed to be fraudulent, farcical, upon closer inspection.
This is grotesque enough and farcical, but without much meaning.
Well, it was a most farcical evening, and would have amused you I will engage.
The book is full of the wittiest dialogue and the most farcical situations.