Synonyms for low comedy

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In low comedy where shall we find a competitor to Jefferson?

He, like Kempe and Armin, carried on the traditions of low comedy.

The only fault of Elliston's low comedy was that he could not get rid of his gentility.

His chief fault is a tendency to low comedy; but some people like low comedy in fiction.

The low comedy interlude, on the other hand, was broadly comic.

This species of blindness must be wilfully designed as a burlesque effect and again finds its echo in low comedy types of today.

She was making a low comedy sound which would have distressed her beyond measure if she had heard it.

Unfortunately Fabrice is drawn into a quarrel with a certain Giletti, a low comedy actor, whom he kills in self-defense.

And I'd sooner be Kiss, first low comedy, than dramatic critic of the best paper going.

One of these, Angel, turned from waiting-maids to low comedy, caricatured Frenchmen and foolish lords.