comedic

[kuh-mee-dik, -med-ik]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or of the nature of comedy.
Also, comedical.


Origin:
1630–40; < Latin cōmoedicus < Greek kōmōidikós, equivalent to kōmōid(ía) comedy + -ikos -ic

comedically, adverb

comedic, comic, comical.
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comedic (kəˈmiːdɪk)
 
adj
of or relating to comedy

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comedic
1630s, from L. comoedicus, from Gk. komoidikos "pertaining to comedy," from komoidia (see comedy).
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Example sentences
She's not above taking the occasional comedic pratfall.
My point is, the best way to respond to absurdist and comedic political
  protests is with a bit of humor, not sanctimoniousness.
Not everyone can recognise satire or comedic exaggeration when they see it.
Their captivity was at times terrifying, at times darkly and absurdly comedic,
  and often uncertain.
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