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- adv. In a ridiculous manner. In a way that is funny, embarrassing or extremely implausible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a ridiculous manner; laughably: absurdly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. so as to arouse or deserve laughter
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Independents voted Republican in ridiculously high numbers.
It was great; we got to see spectacular views: swim in ridiculously cold glacier water: and see penguins in a desert:
Danica is beating men in ridiculously powerful cars, and soon enough, a woman in will show up and beat men in ridiculously powerful boats.
It wasn't for lack of ambition, and it's not like everything sucked (I agree with Chris that the opening title sequence was brilliant all the way around, and several performances were solid), but the movie was so wrapped up in ridiculously over the top violence (and sex) and so concerned with being a literal adaptation (ending aside) that it failed to find the heart in the story and it just left me cold.
As well as any other ridiculously tiny ethnic restaurants in ridiculously hard-to-find places you can think of.
Not tired as a result of sleeping in ridiculously late today. * update* it's now past 5am ... time to force myself to sleep. i've added 5 new ads to Amazing Ads-check 'em out!
He has great ideas (indy IV started well) but he overdoes it by adding in ridiculously stupid ideas to make it hip, like Jar Jar and aliens in Indy IV.
There are tones of pages and sites devoted to the information, but they all have the same info, presented in ridiculously convoluted and/or illegible ways, and they all seem to pre-assume all kinds of deep working knowledge of the systems involved; there is no real intro, no newbie sites, no in-depth FAQs.
And like you, it doesn't help to have a hubby in ridiculously great shape.
Turns out he's launched a new line of jointed baits and has been busy testing them on frozen rivers in ridiculously low temperatures in God-knows-where, Ontario.
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