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For a moment the stranger's face relaxed into a broad smile at the ludicrousness of the situation.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
But a sudden sense of the ludicrousness of wasting so much eagerness on a hat and a sudden lurch of the ship checked him.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
I believe under Providence, that the ludicrousness of this attack saved us from being bayonetted on the spot.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, NO. 472VARIOUS
And the deluded matron will buy the wrap, not even suspecting the pitiful ludicrousness of the situation.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
The ludicrousness of this illustration may well be imagined.
THE FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSICA. D. CRABTRE
Mrs. Thornton had quite enough of natural humour to make her feel the ludicrousness of the position in which she was left.
NORTH AND SOUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
"That's right hopeful," observed the man, with a plainly intentional, dry ludicrousness.
THE POWER AND THE GLORYGRACE MACGOWAN COOKE
The ludicrousness of the expression completely neutralized the pathos of his opponents.
MEMOIR OF JOHN HOWE PEYTONVARIOUS
She looked, though so lovely, also so conspicuous that there was a certain ludicrousness in her appearance.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
The fantastic proposal was made with an air of dignity that robbed it of any inherent ludicrousness.
CYNTHIA'S CHAUFFEURLOUIS TRACY
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