Examples of comedic in a Sentence
She has a lot of comedic talent.
a drama with comedic elements
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Originally debuted in 1870 in Paris, the show has a long history and is one of the original comedic ballets that survives to this day, Batley said.
The consensus so far seems to be that the show is lively and charming, but rather confused and muddy in its choreography and comedic timing.
There is no shortage by the way of comedic material out there.
Would Killing Eve be a surprisingly dark show from a hilarious comedic writer, or a pointedly funny show playing in another genre’s sandbox?
Accuracy is like comedic timing or singing: it can be polished and honed, but not taught and created.
For the most part, Brat served as comedic fodder, but in her defense, that might’ve been her direction, and the crowd went up for that legendary stud all the same.
The youth performers do an outstanding job of singing, dancing and comedic timing.
Two-time Tony winner Ebersole (42nd Street, Grey Gardens) arrives midway through the first act, bringing clever comedic timing as the Old Lady whose single remaining buttock (the other lost to cannibals) becomes a running gag.
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COMEDIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of comedic for English Language Learners
: of, relating to, or like a comedy
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