Antonyms for more comic

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Nothing could be more comic than this chubby child, with her serious air.

There were other phases of that tearing-down that were less dramatic and more comic.

Not that she is more comic, but that she is more comprehensively true to life.

I will shake my head a little, and see if I can shake a more comic substitute out of it.

But whether there was not in your compositions more fire, and a more comic spirit, I will not determine.

After the more comic manifestations and the chilling of generous enthusiasm come subtler, darker deeds.

Nothing to an observer can be a more comic sight than the result produced on manners by their faithful study.

Betty did not find this very consoling, but I saw that the affair was more comic than tragic, and would end in nothing.

The more comic its expression the more horrible it will prove, being that of a corpse.

Manse, as we have said, is not more comic than heroic, a mother in that Sparta of the Covenant.