comedically


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co·me·dic

 (kə-mē′dĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to comedy.

co·me′di·cal·ly adv.

comedically

(kəˈmiːdɪkəlɪ)
adv
from a comedic point of view or in a comedic manner
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He is charismatic, confident and comedically spot on and in what must be a physically demanding role it appeared effortless and was a delight to watch.
Although not all of it grew proportionately or as rapidly - hence those comedically tiny arms/front legs that come in very handy for gags in Toy Story.
Although not all of it grew proportionately or as rapidly, hence those comedically tiny arms/front legs that come in very handy for gags in Toy Story.
Till the dust settles, I don't think anyone should go near those issues, certainly comedically.
I would love you because that would be entirely high praise if it were to come true, because Garrison Keillor is a hero of mine, even though comedically he's become a little bit of a joke in certain sniffy comedy circles.
Separately or together, they narrate or comedically comment on a wide range of viewer-submitted videos related to scientific wonders and weird oddities.
Bea's grown-up relationship with Rob, the highly watchable hipster (Gabriel Ruiz), is comedically brilliant in scope.
It literally wasn't until a few years into the process that we really faced the hard truth that this has to be a movie that functions intelligently as well as comedically because that is the standard it will be held against.
Comedically absurd but also introspective, The Ugly challenges dogmatic clinging to the letter of the law.
Vik sold the ironic verses with a comedically blas expression, while the entire band sang the choruses.
Author Devin Scillian original and charmingly entertaining story is wonderfully illustrated with the comedically cheery artwork of Tim Bowers.
Why do you think the film treats them comedically, instead of dramatically?