Quasi comical

comical

[kom-i-kuhl]
adjective
1.
producing laughter; amusing; funny: a comical fellow.
2.
Obsolete. pertaining to or of the nature of comedy.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; see comic, -al1

comicality, comicalness, noun
comically, adverb
noncomical, adjective
noncomically, adverb
noncomicalness, noun
noncomicality, noun
quasi-comical, adjective
quasi-comically, adverb
semicomical, adjective
semicomically, adverb
uncomical, adjective
uncomically, adverb

comedic, comic, comical.


1. See amusing.
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comical (ˈkɒmɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  causing laughter
2.  ludicrous; laughable
 
'comically
 
adv
 
'comicalness
 
n

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comical
mid-15c., "comic," from comic + -al (1). Meaning "funny" is from 1680s.
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