Examples of farcical in a Sentence
the farcical behavior of the troupe of circus clowns
the farcical routine that a person has to go through to get a refund from that company
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Hedgerow specializes in affectionate farcical renditions of epic adventures - with tiny (in this case, five-person) casts.
Luke Cage’ The show’s a comedy, half-farcical in its physicality, but there’s a real generosity, too.
Played with no intermission, Whelan kept the pace of the show flying, appropriately for the emphasis on the farcical nature of it all.
His hubris would be tragic if his overestimation of his own abilities were not so farcical.
Also on the boards: a Disney musical/tragedy, a spine-tingling thriller and a quick-change, farcical twist on Sherlock Holmes.
That forecast would become farcical, of course, the Royals rolling to 95 victories, an American League Central title and their first World Series championship in 30 years.
Their farcical waddle is oddly counterbalanced by their elegant attire.
Suddenly, Wright’s proclamations of Colon’s hitting prowess again seemed farcical.
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