ludicrously


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lu·di·crous

 (lo͞o′dĭ-krəs)
adj.
So absurd or incongruous as to be laughable. See Synonyms at foolish.

[From Latin lūdicrus, sportive, from lūdus, game; see leid- in Indo-European roots.]

lu′di·crous·ly adv.
lu′di·crous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ludicrously - so as to arouse or deserve laughter; "her income was laughably small, but she managed to live well"
Translations
بصورةٍ مُضْحِكَه
směšně
komplet latterligt
fáránlega
komik denecek kadar

ludicrously

[ˈluːdɪkrəslɪ] ADVridículamente, absurdamente

ludicrously

[ˈluːdɪkrəsli] advridiculement

ludicrously

advgrotesk; small, little, lowlächerlich; (= appallingly) high, fasthaarsträubend; it takes me a ludicrously long time to …ich brauche lachhaft lange dazu, zu …; ludicrously expensiveabsurd teuer; prices are ludicrously high/lowdie Preise sind haarsträubend or absurd hoch/lächerlich or grotesk niedrig; the description is ludicrously inadequatedie Beschreibung ist hoffnungslos unzulänglich

ludicrously

[ˈluːdɪkrəslɪ] advin modo ridicolo

ludicrous

(ˈluːdikrəs) adjective
completely ridiculous.
ˈludicrously adverb
ˈludicrousness noun
References in classic literature ?
Feather your nest," it ran--and went on to say that it could furnish all the necessary feathers for a four-room nest for the ludicrously small sum of seventy-five dollars.
Micawber had a relish in this formal piling up of words, which, however ludicrously displayed in his case, was, I must say, not at all peculiar to him.
He is desirous that they should let him live--not for his own sake, but for theirs; because he is their heaven-sent friend (and they will never have such another), or, as he may be ludicrously described, he is the gadfly who stirs the generous steed into motion.
Babcock's tender conscience seemed to him a capital farce, and his traveling back to Milan only to get into a deeper muddle appeared, as the reward of his pedantry, exquisitely and ludicrously just.
That Service is ludicrously starved, of course, but the funds are administered by a few men who do not call for vouchers or present itemized accounts.
The little priest had stepped out into the main avenue, and now returned with the fallen sword, which looked ludicrously large and theatrical when attached to his dumpy figure, at once clerical and commonplace.
One, pretending to imitate him, goes outside and comes in again in a ludicrously nervous manner, explaining to him afterward that that is the way he--meaning the shy fellow--walks into a room; or, turning to him with "This is the way you shake hands," proceeds to go through a comic pantomime with the rest of the room, taking hold of every one's hand as if it were a hot plate and flabbily dropping it again.
The idea of his taking himself well to task, with that laughing face and heedless manner and with a fancy that everything could catch and nothing could hold, was ludicrously anomalous.
She was exquisitely young, and yet ludicrously old for her years; had been admirably educated, chiefly abroad, and, as we were soon to discover, possessed accomplishments which would have made the plainest old maid a popular personage on board ship.
Four, or six, or ten years, the pupil is parsing Greek and Latin, and as soon as he leaves the University, as it is ludicrously called, he shuts those books for the last time.
with something ludicrously grotesque about them, which might, at any moment, provoke her to such flippancy as would shock her colleagues for ever.
Jonah suggesting something about a "love-child," and with this thought in his mind, the stranger's face, which happened to be opposite him, affected him too ludicrously.