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far·ci·cal

 (fär′sĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to farce.
2.
a. Resembling a farce; ludicrous.
b. Ridiculously clumsy; absurd.

far′ci·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē), far′ci·cal·ness n.
far′ci·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.farcically - in a farcical manner; "a farcically inept bungler"
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Johnston finally became eligible for Kildare after farcically lining out for Coill Dubh's hurlers in a brief cameo on Saturday, though he wasn't considered for Sunday's loss to Meath.
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Mr Gilmore farcically claimed last week's Yes result in the Fiscal Treaty referendum strengthened our hand in Europe.
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We had a good laugh about it." Probert, who even got in the way to farcically tackle a furious Barton in the second half, joins the ever growing list of blundering refs over the festive period.
Some argue that Sulamani now has the edge because he had a prep race for the Arc, but that farcically slow Prix Niel was hardly a race at all - he could have been made fitter doing a gallop at home.
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Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq was also not spared and lampooned in his typical style by farcically defending team's failure and asserts, "Ramzan Mein Jonsa Aik Run Hota Hai Woh Assal Mein 70 Runs k Barabar Hota Hai," means, one run equalizes 70 in the holy month of Ramzan and ICC was duly informed about it but they did not agree.
Audiences in general will lap up the dynamite developments but Marvel devotees - and loyal MCU viewers - are rewarded with fan service of an almost farcically excellent standard.
To add insult to injury, the recovery crane carrying Russell's Williams back to the pits then farcically collided with a temporary pedestrian bridge running over the circuit.
It brought a goal for Mane - only after a farcically long VAR review - before the break, and then a fine finish for Salah, who had provided the first, after the interval.
They have lost only twice in 23 matches, on penalties against Croatia at the World Cup and, farcically, against Slovakia in September when a dispute between the Danish football association and its players over commercial rights meant they were forced to field a salesman and a student in a makeshift XI.