ludicrous[ loo-di-kruhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ludicrous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LUDICROUS
I do not know whether the sight to you would have been pitiful or ludicrous.
"There is a ludicrous side to it which you do not see," he said.
His surprise would have been ludicrous but for the seriousness of the situation to all concerned.
The way she spoke was ludicrous, but what she said was mostly plain truth.
Stryker turned upon him an expression at once ludicrous, piteous and hateful.
And yet, to steal the Peaceful Hart ranch—the idea was ludicrous.
Ludicrous as this may appear, the farce, we all know, soon turned to tragedy.
The crest is a bubble, and really the effect produced by it is most ludicrous.
How ludicrous is the incipient inebriety of a man who wears spectacles!
He would have been a ludicrous object but for the intense earnestness of his expression.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LUDICROUS
- at odds
- bad form
- out of line
- out of place