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- adv. In a comical manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a comical manner.
- In a manner to raise mirth; laughably; ludicrously.
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- adv. in a comical manner
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The boys christened their team "Logic" and immediately proved the name comically inappropriate by choosing soup as their product even though none of them knew how to make it.
These are also produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and also feature the amazing Boman Irani (ViruS) in comically villainous roles.
I suspect that much of the comedy that isn't treated comically is a response to the comedy in the films and TV shows of the period.
Her next movement ripped open the gut of the man, left him standing with his hand pressed to his bleeding stomach, his expression comically surprised.
The man looked down at her, his expression comically compounded of sympathy and humour.
Seriously, what else can you call a comically evil bunch of thugs who siphon off 1/6 of our GDP?
Yet, while recalling the comically extended title of Robert Altman's great 1976
The one downside is that again, not only does the predictable happy 'ending' happen, it ends up quite comically, which is one of the times it really didn't need to happen.
The South has changed a lot, but this is the kind of comically outdated rhetoric that gives the place a bad name.
And what's going to happen in '07, I think it's -- I call it kind of comically the year of the protectionist wrath, because what the administration and Hank Paulison have done is basically said to Congress, hey, we can't deal with the Chinese, now it's your turn.