Of course, that “something” might, Petrossov admits, be the “ridiculously priced” G550 business jet—but hey, it is Christmas.
Every night, the ridiculously fit Adams walked on stage wearing a tiny tank top and some very tight tights.
Broiled Chicken with Honey and Lemon by Helen Nash This chicken is ridiculously simple and delicious.
The costs to the health-care system are enormous, so the public interest here is ridiculously obvious.
William H. Macy should be recognized for his ridiculous (and ridiculously good) performance on Shameless.
The chests were broad and deep, but the waists were ridiculously narrow.
He was ridiculously relieved to see that the man who stood by their side was grey-headed.
Why, you never heard anyone talk so ridiculously as she did!
In their Opinion, they are finest when dressed most ridiculously or terribly.
My net was twelve strokes below it—due, of course, to a ridiculously high handicap: I—I intend to have that altered.
1540s, ridyculouse, from Latin ridiculosus "laughable," from ridiculus "that which excites laughter," from ridere "to laugh." Shakespeare and other 17c. writers sometimes spelled it rediculous. Slang extensions to "outrageous" (1839); "excellent" (1959, jazz slang). Related: Ridiculously; ridiculousness.