To establishment Republicans and Democrats, that sounds like an absurdly narrow and implausible vision.
The most illuminating critical remark on Lardner came from an absurdly unlikely source, Virginia Woolf.
But the image of Chavez as a "brutal dictator" is absurdly overblown.
The people must be absurdly wholesome and non-threatening looking, of course.
Everyone is absurdly made up; wigs often appear; nail polish is de rigueur.
The common ways of accounting for its success would be absurdly ridiculous and amusing were they not so sadly unbelieving.
If they are Mrs. Berry's, as you absurdly pretend to think they are, again you have no claim.
Behind the mask of her composure Lucinda was absurdly agitated and, on that account, a little angry.
His sense of the ridiculous is absurdly out of proportion to his serious side.
All that evening the memory of the little square volume would keep recurring most absurdly.
1550s, from Middle French absurde (16c.), from Latin absurdus "out of tune; foolish" (see absurdity). The main modern sense (also present in Latin) is a figurative one, "out of harmony with reason or propriety." Related: Absurdly; absurdness.