ludicrousness

[ loo-di-kruhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ludicrousness
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The first that met us would be more annoying were it not for the ludicrousness of it.

He could see nothing at first but the ludicrousness of flowers on the heads of his beasts!

It was so earnest and feeling, that it was impossible to resist its ludicrousness.

The ludicrousness of this illustration may well be imagined.

The ludicrousness of the situation added the ultimate torment.

I yet could not forbear laughing at the ludicrousness of my position and the whole scene.

His very earnestness gave the affair an air of ludicrousness.

"You vas going to shoot me," said Carl, with an honest laugh at the ludicrousness of the idea.

That his motives were honourable only heightened the ludicrousness of his action: it seemed as if he had made a fool of himself.

"He is true blue on this side," said Thomas, laughing heartily, as the ludicrousness of Harry's uniform dawned upon him.

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