from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Absurdity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as absurdity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a message whose content is at variance with reason
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Perhaps someone higher up will see the absurdness in this.
Yesterday afternoon, it reached a level of absurdness — so absurd that we can conclude the “blame Rush” strategy has become an instinctive reflex for Democrats without regard to fact.
The Evil Dead series is just about the only one which can rival Ghostbusters in mixing the right blend of screams, fun, comedy, and just absolute absurdness.
Film School Rejects said the film feels like “a mixture between the silliness and absurdness of a Farrelly brothers movie, but with the intelligence of a Coen brothers flick.”
Her sense of humor about herself and the absurdness of her celebrity is really pretty appealing.
Ok, I admit I did have to laugh at the absurdness.
Peter Moore and Rob Strasser took the absurdness of what shoes could look like, put them on Michael Jordan, and let him go out and play.
In a way, one should be grateful for all of this reactionary behavior--in an age of real, international crisises and massive issues at home in the U.S., the absurdness of the socially ultra-conservative agenda is being brought out into full, bright light.
The rest of “Reflections Of Evil” is chock full of inventive sound effects, editing styles, and bizzaro characters, but unfortunately it never has a clear rhyme or reason for its absurdness.
The absurdness, as well as the dishonesty of the situation began to dawn upon him.