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- adv. In a farcical manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a farcical manner; ludicrously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a farcical manner
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Show's as good as it ever was, which is to say farcically overpacked with technological and situational impossibilities and semi-compelling character drama.
Light relief comes in the form of perpetually baffled prosecutor Ralph McIntosh, played by David Straithairn as a self-righteous buffoon, almost farcically enraged by the content of Ginsberg's work.
Admittedly it may seem a slightly surprising departure for a man so enthused by media boycotts that even MUTV are currently, farcically, banned from speaking to him but Ferguson desperately requires reminding precisely why a free press matters.
I'm going on about this because so many big building projects in Britain invite scorn for their flaws of design and execution, and in the case of sporting arenas for their farcically inept legacy planning, too.
Finally, the denouement: an England‑Germany second-round match in which Frank Lampard's farcically disallowed goal melted the critical faculties of Capello's men.
Now, farcically, Grenada needed to score a goal at either end to go through.
Its gold-standard credit ratings are threatened as never before, its farcically ill-named "debt ceiling" under scrutiny.
Obama administration officials, farcically, are taking credit for events.
Does this make anything enforced through the income tax system constitutional, like literally anything that can be remotely and even farcically tied to “interstate commerce”, like growing your own food?
Those who've reviewed Snyder's case find his claims of slander to be little more than trumped-up charges over a farcically written opinion piece.