from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The quality of being ridiculous; absurdity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being ridiculous; ridiculousness; also, something ridiculous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character of being ridiculous; ridiculousness; hence, anything that arouses laughter; a jest or joke.
Friends of the Partygirl deny that allegation as "ridiculosity" saying "cupid was sooooo not her type!" and claim that the cupid dropped the ball with Partygirl.
It's nit-picky, considering some of the ridiculosity in the above comments, but Carlos is the Vice President of Chief Sealth HS's ASB, not President.
As I talked to her, his cries grew a bit louder as he grew closer to passing out, as he sometimes does. and this is the conversation that followed - the ridiculosity of which makes me shake my head and muttter WTF? and other less polite things under my breath.
Fatigue yes, mood swings yes, breast ridiculosity yes.
On the other hand, I had to guffaw at the ridiculosity of the comments.
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How else can you explain the ridiculosity of her position supporting a ban on flag-burning.
Or more precisely, can't we all just accept the fact that art died of its own ridiculosity about 50 years ago?
Learn more about this ridiculosity at Mouthpiece Sports.
The utter yellowclad ridiculosity of the “Proud Mary” routine.
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