ridiculous[ ri-dik-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ridiculous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RIDICULOUS
It got us into a great many difficulties, some of which were ridiculous, but it had its advantages.
Where in the world had she ever found so ridiculous an idea as to think that Agnes would be angry with her!
It was ridiculous, the amount of time she gave to that baby—out of all rhyme and reason.
I thought her ridiculous, but it was too much trouble to tell her so continually.
How ridiculous it was of women to sit at meals with hats on!
His family were kept in perpetual fear of a ridiculous mesalliance.
There was a strange blending of the ridiculous with that which was solemn in this scene.
She was a little fool, he knew, and making a ridiculous figure of herself.
It was insensate folly on his part, ridiculous from any point of view.
Nothing to do with my proprietor; not stateable at present, ridiculous to state at present; but good.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR RIDICULOUS
- not of this world