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Definition of "ridiculous" []

  • Deserving or inspiring ridicule; absurd, preposterous, or silly. See Synonyms at foolish. (adjective)
  • Worthy of or exciting ridicule; absurd, preposterous, laughable, or contemptible (adjective)

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Use "ridiculous" in a sentence
  • "I do know that Borges thought the term ridiculous, and argued that then absolutely all the Western world was Latin, inasmuch as the Roman influence extended over all European cultures."
  • "The defense team objected to Parrella's use of the phrase "ridiculous and unbelievable.""
  • "Scholes was one of the few players Ferguson absolved of any blame for what he described as a "ridiculous" and "careless" second-half performance."