- (Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective Intended to excite laughter or amusement: facetious, funny, humorous, jocose, jocular, witty. See LAUGHTER.
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comedic — 1630s, from L. comoedicus, from Gk. komoidikos pertaining to comedy, from komoidia (see COMEDY (Cf. comedy)) … Etymology dictionary
comedic — [kə mē′dik] adj. of or having to do with comedy … English World dictionary
comedic — [[t]kəmi͟ːdɪk[/t]] ADJ: usu ADJ n Comedic means relating to comedy. [FORMAL] She brings an unsuspected comedic touch to her role. Ant: tragic … English dictionary
comedic — adj. Comedic is used with these nouns: ↑genius, ↑timing … Collocations dictionary
comedic — comedy ► NOUN (pl. comedies) 1) entertainment consisting of jokes and sketches intended to make an audience laugh. 2) a film, play, or programme intended to arouse laughter. 3) a humorous or satirical play in which the characters ultimately… … English terms dictionary
comedic — adjective Date: 1639 1. of or relating to comedy 2. comical 2 • comedically adverb … New Collegiate Dictionary
comedic — comedically, adv. /keuh mee dik, med ik/, adj. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of comedy. Also, comedical. [1630 40; < L comoedicus < Gk komoidikós, equiv. to komoid(ía) COMEDY + ikos IC] * * * … Universalium
comedic — adjective Relating to comedy … Wiktionary
comedic — adj. pertaining to a comedy (amusing play or drama); funny, comical … English contemporary dictionary
comedic — co·me·dic … English syllables