Examples of comedic in a Sentence
She has a lot of comedic talent.
a drama with comedic elements
Recent Examples of comedic from the Web
Sure, Thor may have cost $177.5 million more than Wilderpeople, but the spirit of a comedic romp is still there.
The plays range from tragic to comedic but reveal a new perspective on a common problem.
While the rich may be the poster children for the program's problems, as Oliver illustrated with his usual comedic flair, the vast majority of those who rely on the program are not wealthy.
Her next project is a breath of fresh comedic air: super-meta buddy cop series Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television, streaming October 25 on YouTube Red.
And Stranger Things 2, for all its comedic moments and ’80s-movie tropes, understands this better than any of its predecessors.
At Comedy Central, The Daily Show With Trevor Noah had struggled but has since stabilized since the election of President Donald Trump, an event that has given Noah plenty of comedic fodder thus far.
But for former cast member and Trump impersonator Taran Killam, there’s still a visible hypocrisy to S.N.L.’s new role as comedic leader of the resistance.
Add to this the depiction of immigrants facing deportation, and the author’s comedic pen takes on a darker color.
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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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