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

Soliloquies in EnglandGeorge Santayana

It is written in rhymed fourteen-syllable metre, which is often more comic than the author intended.

But nothing has more comic situations than an afternoon spent in a ground-hog village.

Everything is no more comic than everything is solemn, in this mingled world of ours.

"The virtues are often more comic than the vices," said Mrs. Trent, with calm authority.

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

My Double LifeSarah Bernhardt

Nothing could be more comic than his rôle of lecturer to the American people upon refinements of social usage and manners.

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

Dialogues of the DeadLord Lyttelton

The more people avalanched across him the more comic he thought it.

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

DarkwaterW. E. B. Du Bois

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