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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomicalcom‧i‧cal /ˈkɒmɪkəl $ ˈkɑː-/ adjective  FUNNYbehaviour or situations that are comical are funny in a strange or unexpected way The note of pure panic in his voice was almost comical.see thesaurus at funnycomically /-kli/ adverb
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comicalThe puffin is an unusual sea bird, and there is something almost comical about the way it moves and looks.Rather the most telling achievements that turned this match were human, flawed, comical, and earthy.No one runs; they walk tilting into the wind at comical angles, like a bunch of Charlie Chaplins.Without really meaning to, Chuck proves her right in seven comical episodes.A faintly comical figure, he fears ridicule above all else.Mrs. Hicks often wore large comical hats.That would have been comical if it hadn't been so downright offensive.Dwindled by distance, comical in its wrath since it came from good-humored Ken, the deep voice would rise higher.Lizzie, bouncing along on the donkey, made a comical sight.Carlo looked so comical, striding along in a coat which nearly touched the ground.Of course those students were comical, too.
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