I fear that the greenness of our argument will ludicrously contrast with the ripeness of our ages.
The same recoil struck her and she ludicrously cocked an eye.
Malcolm's doctrine of honesty in horse-dealing was to him ludicrously new.
The thing was ludicrously unfinished and he was making an ass of himself.
The glance he bent on Scorrier was ludicrously prescient of suffering.
One of their practices with the dead was ludicrously horrible.
The diplomats more and more confused,—some of them ludicrously so.
And he swelled his lean body and strutted, ludicrously martial.
Pictorially they are nearly always failures, and often ludicrously so.
But this is ludicrously trifling with the time of my readers.