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ludicrously

See definition of ludicrously on Dictionary.com
  • as inmadly
  • as inhumorously
  • as inridiculously

synonyms for ludicrously

  • crazily
  • desperately
  • energetically
  • excitedly
  • foolishly
  • frantically
  • furiously
  • hastily
  • hysterically
  • intensely
  • passionately
  • recklessly
  • violently
  • dementedly
  • insanely
  • absurdly
  • deliriously
  • devotedly
  • distractedly
  • exceedingly
  • excessively
  • extremely
  • frenziedly
  • hard
  • hurriedly
  • irrationally
  • like mad
  • nonsensically
  • psychotically
  • quickly
  • rabidly
  • rapidly
  • rashly
  • senselessly
  • something fierce
  • speedily
  • stormily
  • to distraction
  • tumultously/tumultuously
  • turbulently
  • unreasonably
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antonyms for ludicrously

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  • calmly
  • normally
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      How to use ludicrously in a sentence

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      After seven years of perplexed doctors and ludicrous copays and tests, my wife and I had gone to an informational meeting for California’s Foster-to-Adopt program.
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      Over the summer, a number of obviously ludicrous assertions were being made about antifa plotting horrible acts against rural towns, suburban areas or cities.
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      She thought of this, she faced it; the soul of her condemned it as a fate almost ludicrously unsuited to her.
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      Used ludicrously to mean a feat of horsemanship in l. 50 of the Manciple's Prologue.
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      But his look of indignant surprise was so ludicrously human that none of us could help laughing.
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      And he swelled his lean body and strutted, ludicrously martial.
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      This calm announcement of a fact also struck Miss Lawrence ludicrously, but she managed to preserve a grave countenance.
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      WORDS RELATED TO LUDICROUSLY

      • absurdly
      • amusingly
      • facetiously
      • ironically
      • jocosely
      • jokingly
      • jovially
      • ludicrously
      • merrily
      • mirthfully
      • playfully
      • ridiculously
      • satirically
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