Comic

• (a.) Causing mirth; ludicrous. • (a.) Relating to comedy, as distinct from tragedy. • (n.) A comedian.
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comic

adjective of or relating to or characteristic of comedy; `comic hero`
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Comic

Com'ic adjective [ Latin comicus pertaining to comedy, Greek ...: confer French comique . See Comedy .] 1. Relating to comedy, as distinct from tragedy. « I can not for the stage a drama lay, Tragic or comic , but thou writ'st the play. B. Jonson. �...
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Comic

Com'ic noun A comedian. [ Obsolete] Steele.
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Comic

A sequence of illustrations containing a story, or stories
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Comic

Comic is slang for a comedian.
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Comic

someone who makes his or her living being funny
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comic

someone who makes his or her living being funny by telling jokes.
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comic

[adj] - (drama) of or relating to or characteristic of comedy 2. [n] - a magazine devoted to comic strips
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