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Comedic vs. Comical

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Comedicadjective

Relating to comedy.

Comicaladjective

(archaic) Originally, relating to comedy.

‘It was a comical performance.’;

Comedicadjective

relating to or characteristic of comedy; comic

‘with perfect comedic timing, he delivers the punch line’; ‘the man is a comedic genius’;

Comicaladjective

Funny, whimsically amusing.

‘The tutor excelled in comical scoldings.’;

Comicaladjective

Laughable; ridiculous.

‘He's just put salt in his tea instead of sugar. What a comical error!’;

Comicaladjective

Relating to comedy.

‘They deny it to be tragical because its catastrophe is a wedding, which hath ever been accounted comical.’;

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Comicaladjective

Exciting mirth; droll; laughable; as, a comical story.

Comicaladjective

arousing or provoking laughter;

‘an amusing film with a steady stream of pranks and pratfalls’; ‘an amusing fellow’; ‘a comic hat’; ‘a comical look of surprise’; ‘funny stories that made everybody laugh’; ‘a very funny writer’; ‘it would have been laughable if it hadn't hurt so much’; ‘a mirthful experience’; ‘risible courtroom antics’;

Comicaladjective

amusing, especially in a ludicrous or absurd way

‘a series of comical misunderstandings’;

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