And their faces are hidden behind masks that simultaneously suggest danger and absurdity.
After all, many of her answers were pure Daily Show bait, full of ignorance and absurdity.
In his new book about the Soviet Union, Francis Spufford blends fiction and history to capture the absurdity of the state.
He tells me about the absurdity of the ASPCA, the Humane Society of the United States, and PETA.
Of course, there is often a degree of absurdity to the confirmation process.
She had hardly completed this act when she realized its absurdity.
A miracle in the sense of a contravention of natural laws an absurdity.
It is hardly necessary to point out the absurdity of this claim.
The idea of making the world better and happier is to them an absurdity.
I tried to banish the thought as an absurdity, but was unable to do so.
late 15c., from Middle French absurdité, from Late Latin absurditatem (nominative absurditas) "dissonance, incongruity," noun of state from Latin absurdus "out of tune;" figuratively "incongruous, silly, senseless," from ab-, intensive prefix, + surdus "dull, deaf, mute" (see susurration).