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ludicrous (adjective), more ludicrous, most ludicrous
1. So obviously absurd or incongruous as to be laughable: Ludicrous can describe either something funny that provokes giggling, or something ridiculous and hilarious, not worthy of serious consideration.
2. Causing derisive or amusingly absurd or utterly ridiculous behavior which is unsuitable for a situation: When she was nervous or under stress, Lucinda often told the most ludicrous jokes.
3. Etymology: Ludicrous was borrowed from Latin ludicrus, from ludicrum, "joke, amusement", and from ludere, "to play".
Ridiculous and laughable.
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Absurd and foolish.
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