Definition of Comicalities. Meaning of Comicalities. Synonyms of Comicalities

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Definition of Comicalities

Comicalities
Comicality Com`i*cal"i*ty, n.; pl. Comicalities. The quality of being comical; something comical.

Meaning of Comicalities from wikipedia

- Comical may refer to: Comedy, a type of theatrical drama Comical Radio, a w****ly radio show in New York City Comical (software), a comic book viewer program...
- International Film Festival. Also in 2011, Willard starred as "Santa Jack," a comical—and somewhat pervy—owner of a local Christmas carnival in episode 12 of...
- media exposure, to which the Beatles responded with an irreverent and comical attitude that defied the expectations of pop musicians at the time, inspiring...
- "happy-go-lucky, good-humoured, easy going, lively lad". He often drew comical cartoons that appeared in his own, self-made school magazine called the...
- and articulate, capable of seamlessly seguing from shrewd commentary to comical braggadocio to introspective sensitivity. West imparts that he's conscious...
- "rhyming trickster", he was noted for his "funky delivery", "boasts", "comical trash-talk", and "endless quotables." According to Rolling Stone, his "freestyle...
- ctva.biz. Retrieved December 22, 2012. Pegg, Robert (October 5, 2015). Comical Co-Stars of Television: From Ed Norton to Kramer. McFarland. p. 247. ISBN 9781476610245...
- rhyming style, primarily inspired by rappers Nas, Esham and AZ, lacked the comically violent slant for which he later became known. Detroit disc jockeys largely...
- original depiction, while his later appearances changed the character to a comical supervillain usually working with incompetent henchmen. The Warner Bros...
- editor Ian Hislop has defined him as "Beano Boris" due to his perceived comical nature, saying: "He's our Berlusconi  ... He's the only feel-good politician...
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