Definition of farcical in English:

farcical

Line breaks: far|ci¦cal
Pronunciation: /ˈfɑːsɪk(ə)l
 
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adjective

Relating to or resembling farce, especially because of absurd or ridiculous aspects: he considered the whole idea farcical a farcical situation
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  • In some areas closures are already beginning to affect the quality of treatment, producing some farcical situations.
  • Lots of farcical situations arise, which it would be unsporting to divulge.
  • Don't take the spotlight off this farcical situation until the offenders are arrested.
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Derivatives

farcicality

Pronunciation: /-ˈkalɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • But the mix of disco, garage, and pure farcicality provides some of the most insanely catchy tunes of the year.

farcically

adverb
More example sentences
  • It took the greatest film ever made and trashed it in a way that was on one level farcically stupid and on another level absolutely unforgivable.
  • There is too much mugging, too many knowing nods and winks to the audience, something which starts to feel more cloyingly tragic than farcically comic.
  • It's not just bad and wrong - it's farcically, historically disastrous.

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