Part of speech:
Amusing or intended to be amusing; humorous; funny
The use of ridicule, sarcasm, irony, etc. to expose, attack, or deride vices, follies, etc.
The writing, acting, or theoretical principles of this kind of drama
A type of comedy depicting and satirizing the manners and customs of fashionable society
An implement made of two flat pieces of wood that slap together loudly when hit against something: sometimes used by clowns to strike others with loud, harmless slaps
A crude, distorted, or ridiculous representation (of something)
The definition of a farce is something that is intended to be seen as ridiculous, particularly a comedy based on an unlikely situation.
Comedy of a sophisticated and witty nature, often satirizing genteel society.
A comedy that gets its effect mainly from action and situation, as burlesque, farce, slapstick, and horseplay, rather than from witty dialogue and characterization
Something humorous, funny or comical.
The art or profession of writing, acting in, or producing plays
Of or relating to farce.
Brightly coloured, especially in a pattern like that of a harlequin clown's clothes
Characterized by coarse humor or bold caricature.
Comic pranks; lively, mischievous antics; buffoonery
An amusing story.
A jocose action or remark
a comic incident or series of incidents
An episode of such a program.
Alert, practical intelligence; good sense
Derisively or comically imitating
(Obs.) Of or fit for comedy
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