risible[ riz-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF risible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RISIBLE
She provided her, at a risible charge, with succulent meals.
Annette declined to laugh at the most risible caricatures of Tinman.
Has such a risible calamity ever occurred before in any age?
He dictated with calm deliberation, and shewed no risible feeling even when he had made a humorous point.
Which very probably the philosopher had in his head, when he defined man a risible animal.
It was a perfect tragi-comedy; a mixture of the terrible, the risible, the ominous, the rococo.
It is risible, this episode; Huysmans could display verve and a sort of grim humour when he wished.
The poor fellow uttered these sentiments with such earnestness, that my risible emotions were converted into pity.
Passing to other fields of life: "Risible—Doctor gives up hope."
Other writers in 1782, however, exerted their risible muscles much more vigorously than Malone did.