Part of speech:
A sort of vaudeville characterized by low comedy, striptease acts, etc.
Comic pranks; lively, mischievous antics; buffoonery
A comedy that gets its effect mainly from action and situation, as burlesque, farce, slapstick, and horseplay, rather than from witty dialogue and characterization
A boisterous form of comedy marked by chases, collisions, and crude practical jokes.
A person or thing receiving or deserving ridicule
The definition of a sham is something or someone that is false or has a disguise.
The definition of a pretense is a false impression, a false claim or an attempt to make a falsehood appear true.
The definition of a comedy is a play, film or book that is light, funny and generally has a happy ending or any entertainment or amusement that is funny.
The definition of fun is something that brings pleasure, joy or playfulness.
Ridicule is defined as what is said to make others joke about or laugh at someone.
The definition of caricature means a drawing or description which has features or mannerisms which are exaggerated.
A spectacular, elaborate theatrical production, as some musicals
Finely ground and highly spiced meat, fish, or poultry that is served alone or used in stuffing.
(Person, proper) A traditional comic character in pantomime, who wears a mask and spangled, diamond-patterned tights of many colors and sometimes carries a wooden wand or sword
A thing done or said merely in fun
An actor or actress skilled in pantomime.
The use of ridicule, sarcasm, irony, etc. to expose, attack, or deride vices, follies, etc.
Any of many food items used to stuff another.
Temperance or moderation, esp. in the use of alcoholic liquor
The writing, acting, or theoretical principles of this kind of drama
A particular aspect, feature, or detail:
Someone or something identical with another:
a comedy characterized by broad satire and improbable situations
Find another word for farce. In this page you can discover 31 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for farce, like: burlesque, harlequinade, travesty, low comedy, slapstick, mockery, sham, pretense, comedy, parody and fake.