The most important thing to point out about this ludicrously fabulous video is how Britney looks, which is just about flawless.
Persecuted is a ludicrously mushy political thriller, but the fact that it can find an audience is downright terrifying.
That the narratives themselves are so ludicrously one-gendered?
And that ludicrously expensive weddings are the key to lifelong happiness, no matter what happens behind the scenes.
A ludicrously insufficient force was attempting to encircle a larger and better equipped one.
The same recoil struck her and she ludicrously cocked an eye.
The notion seemed so ludicrously wicked that he laughed involuntarily.
The thing was ludicrously unfinished and he was making an ass of himself.
Their anachronisms often ludicrously give the lie to their legendary statements.
The glance he bent on Scorrier was ludicrously prescient of suffering.
1610s, "pertaining to play or sport," from Latin ludicrus, from ludicrum "a sport, game, toy, source of amusement, joke," from ludere "to play," which, with Latin ludus "a game, play," perhaps is from Etruscan, or perhaps from PIE root *leid- "to play." Sense of "ridiculous" is attested from 1782. Related: Ludicrously; ludicrousness.