Ludicrous

Lu'di¬∑crous adjective [ Latin ludicrus , or ludicer , from ludus play, sport, from ludere to play.] Adapted to excite laughter, without scorn or contempt; sportive. Broome. « A chapter upon German rhetoric would be in the same ludicrous predicament as ...
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Ludicrous

• (a.) Adapted to excite laughter, without scorn or contempt; sportive.
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ludicrous

ludicrous, ludicrously 1. So obviously absurd or incongruous as to be laughable. 2. Ludicrous can describe either something funny that provokes laughter, or something ridiculous and laughable, not worthy of serious consideration. 3. Causing derisive laughter because something is so amusingly absurd, utterly ridiculous, incongruous, foolish, abnorm...
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ludicrous

inviting ridicule
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