farcically farcically


  • (adv) in a farcical manner


  1. The poor Park family seems farcically overmatched by the monster.
  2. Their proscriptions run from the hideous to the farcically piousthough farce itself, in today's Afghanistan, can and does kill.
  3. Despite some farcically funny moments, and a brigade of song-and-dance gypsiespresumably immune to Communism's joyless coercionsThe Suicide, as of 1980, iterates the obvious.


  • Top Obama Donor Gets Paid To Fix Obamacare Website After Blowing It Up

    The ironically-named Quality Software Services Inc (QSSI) allegedly responsible for the SNAFU that is the Obamacare website's data hub has, incredibly, been named the new general contractor in charge off repairing the glitch-plagued HealthCare.gov. As The NY Post reports , as if the $150 million so far paid to this UnitedHealth subsidiary for its farcically bad implementation was not enough, the ...
    on November 2, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. "He wasn't suited by the farcically-run Cox Plate and that form has been turned upside down," Hayes said.
    on Nov 7, 2007 By: David Hayes Source: Racing and Sports Pty Ltd

  2. "It also was one of the rare MGM musicals not about putting on a show," Ludwig says. "But I wanted to have that element because I could use it farcically and it would let me bring in more songs."
    on May 9, 2008 By: Ken Ludwig Source: Houston Chronicle

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