Examples of comedic in a Sentence
She has a lot of comedic talent.
a drama with comedic elements
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The already surreal recruiting dance between Mitchell Robinson and Western Kentucky University has hit a new level of comedic absurdity.
But when some of the other characters are busy waxing dramatically about good versus evil, Jessica has turned out to be quite the spot of comedic lightness and hilarity for the show.
The comedic Grado, 29, from Scotland discusses GFW Impact Wrestling, TNA British Boot Camp, his native land, his attire, American food, heavy metal music and more.
That circumstance is, naturally, a gift to his comedic sensibility and fodder for a recurring joke.
Next up was Roque Mesa, who arrived from Spanish side Las Palmas, and the 27-year-old's attempt had slightly more of a comedic value.
But Biersack, known by his stage name Andy Black, had solid comedic timing and knew when to play it straight.
Even a comedic sequence involving Sam (John Bradley) fed directly into the larger plot, with his scholarly pursuits offering hope of delivering weapons that will serve Snow and company against the Night King and his horde.
The drama category isn’t the only one with a fascinating Emmy future: a wider swath of fresh comedic voices could unseat one of network TV’s most venerable contenders.
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First Known Use of comedic
Synonymsantic, chucklesome, funny, comic, comical, droll, farcical, hilarious, humoristic, humorous, hysterical (also hysteric), killing, laughable, ludicrous, ridiculous, riotous, risible, screaming, sidesplitting, uproarious
Antonymshumorless, lame, unamusing, uncomic, unfunny, unhumorous, unhysterical
Related Wordsamusing, diverting, entertaining; clownish, knockabout, slapstick, slapsticky, zany; facetious, flip, flippant, pert, smart, smart-aleck, smart-alecky, snickery; jocular, playful, waggish; campy, jokey (also joky); priceless, rich, whimsical, witty, wry; blithesome, gleeful, jocose, jocund, jolly, jovial, laughing, mad, merry, mirthful
Near Antonymsearnest, grave, no-nonsense, sedate, serious, severe, sober, sobersided, solemn, somber (or sombre), staid, unsmiling, weighty; affecting, moving, poignant, touching, tragic (also tragical); lachrymose, mournful, sad, sorrowful, tearful, woeful
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