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Use "ludicrousness" in a sentence
"Even heroes, even a great Emperor, as Louis Napoleon is witness, cannot always prevent a certain ludicrousness from attending their capture, but dignity may generally be maintained by the actual captive."
"Ellen: I thought of several responses to your comment and decided that each one was a doorway into a deep philosophical discussion that will muddle the focus of this comment thread, probably to the point of what some would consider ludicrousness, which is something I do not want to be responsible for, as I am already guilty of the whim of going a bit off-topic in the comment you are referencing."
"Wearing just a bit of her heart on her sleeve, Gomez has always brought poignancy to her previous shows' appealing ludicrousness."