farcical

[fahr-si-kuhl]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or of the nature of farce.
2.
resembling farce; ludicrous; absurd.

Origin:
1710–20; farce + -ical

farcicality, farcicalness, noun
farcically, adverb
nonfarcical, adjective
nonfarcically, adverb
nonfarcicalness, noun
nonfarcicality, noun
unfarcical, adjective
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farcical (ˈfɑːsɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  ludicrous; absurd
2.  of or relating to farce
 
farci'cality
 
n
 
'farcicalness
 
n
 
'farcically
 
adv

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farcical
1716, from farce + -ical. Related: Farcically.
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Example sentences
It runs into roughness, now and then, which requires rather diligent overacting
  and farcical behavior by all hands.
Yet attempts to impeach her for corruption and vote-rigging, along with a
  string of attempted coups, have been farcical.
Go to the farcical antiscience blog sites to post such, please.
There are so many different technologies being brought together, so picking one
  across the whole board would be almost farcical.
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