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The more he thought of it, the more ridiculous the thing seemed.

Why should New Jersey, for example, be more ridiculous than Delaware?

But this performance was more ridiculous than anything he had heard.

I do not know whether the spectacle was more ridiculous than revolting.

The more he thought of it the more ridiculous and unworthy it appeared.

Dr. Winstock, did you ever witness a more ridiculous farce in your life?

The more ridiculous or witty they are, the better they will be appreciated.

The Baronne is more ridiculous, and will I fear be more miserable than ever.

To them he is more ridiculous than ever in his weakness and decay.

It was all the more ridiculous, as there had, in fact, happened nothing of importance.