Definition of Ludicrously

1. Adverb. So as to arouse or deserve laughter. "Her income was laughably small, but she managed to live well"




Definition of Ludicrously

1. Adverb. In a ludicrous manner. ¹

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Definition of Ludicrously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ludicrously

lucumas
lucumo
lucumos
lud
luddenite
lude
luderick
ludericks
ludes
ludibrious
ludibund
ludic
ludicrosities
ludicrosity
ludicrous
ludicrously (current term)
ludicrousness
ludicrousnesses
ludification
ludifications
ludificatory
ludjibaite
ludlamite
ludlockite
ludlow group
ludo
ludographies
ludography
ludological
ludologist

Literary usage of Ludicrously

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1. Autobiography of an Actress; Or, Eight Years on the Stage by Anna Cora Ogden Mowatt Ritchie (1854)
"The Prevalence of Bronchitis amongst Actors ludicrously exhibited at Rehearsal. — Broadway Theatre. — A painful Engagement. — Baltimore. ..."

2. Natural History of Man: Being an Account of the Manners and Customs of the by John George Wood (1874)
"Their greatest luxury is a feast on boiled mutton, and the whole process of cooking and serving is almost ludicrously simple. The body of the sheep is cut ..."

3. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ...: To which is by John Jamieson (1880)
"Neatness, conjoined with simplicity, ibid. DOST UP, part. pa. Decked, dressed, sprucely. It ¡a used ludicrously by Kennedy ..."

4. Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with Additions and by Abraham Hayward (1873)
"... ley kept up a decent show of sorrow during the first half of the journey, when a word ludicrously mispronounced by the Comtesse d'Artois raised ..."

5. At Home in Fijiby Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming by Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming (1817)
"Hoo'a ; (ludicrously) gnoo'too hoo'a. Luff (to keep close to the wind). Tow a'U. Lug (to pull along with violence). ..."

6. History of France: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Jules Michelet, G. H. Smith (1851)
"They were themselves formidable and indefatigable talkers, highly figurative in their speech, pompons and ludicrously grave with their guttural tones,! ..."

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