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Sunday, October 21, 2001

Definitions for ludic

  1. Of or relating to play; characterized by play; playful.

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Citations for ludic
Um, there's only one problem: her mother. Who, being a substantial executive, has a somewhat different attitude to the worth of the professions than her wastrel, ludic husband. Pat Kane, The Guardian
He is indeed the outstanding imaginative prose stylist of his generation, with an entirely recognizable literary manner, fizzy and playful (I am trying to avoid the words "pyrotechnic" and "ludic"). Geoffrey Wheatcroft, The Atlantic
Origin of ludic
Ludic derives from Latin ludus, "play." Ludicrous, "amusing or laughable," shares the same root.