Ludicrous Definition in Context with Images

Ludicrous definition in context with images and synonyms from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student used in short authentic sentences and context. Learn the word, ludicrous, in context with illustrations and improve your reading comprehension at the same time. /ˈluː.dɪ.krəs/ (adj) Ludicrous definition too funny and ridiculous, deserving to be laughed at and ridiculed, … Read more

Risible Definition in Context from 601 Words

Risible definition in real or authentic context from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Learn advanced vocabulary in real context with illustrations and parts of speech and text-to-speech functionality. /ˈrɪz.ə.bļ/ (adj) Risible definition ridiculous and laughable, not impressive at all, comic, absurd, comical, droll, hilarious, farcical, humorous, funny, ludicrous, … Read more

Rigmarole in Visual Dictionary & Thesaurus in Real Context

Definition of Rigmarole in visual dictionary and thesaurus with real examples for GRE candidates from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam /ˈrɪg.mə.rəʊl/ (noun) Definition a long set of ridiculous and purposeless words and actions in a complicated procedure, ado, fuss, hassle, meaningless and complicated task which is also abortive – overelaboration, … Read more

Droll GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Droll GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /drəʊl/ (adj) Definition amusing in a strange way, witty, humorous, ridiculous, quirky, risible, funny, mirthful, farcical, comical, ludicrous, comic, absurd, jocular, hilarious, entertaining Example There is no rule, of course, that says films have to be about anything. One way of looking at comic and droll book movies is to see … Read more

Fatuous 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 4

Fatuous 1100 Words You Need Week 40 Day 4 /ˈfæt.ju.əs/ (adj) incorrect and stupid, silly, foolish, inane, idiotic, asinine, pointless, senseless, ridiculous, absurd, ludicrous, dumb, preposterous, unintelligent, childish, meaningless At a cheese and wine party recently, my companion commented on the delicate aroma of strawberries wafting from his glass of wine. Someone nearby guffawed at … Read more

Asinine 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 3

Asinine 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 3 Asinine 1100 Words You Need Week 34 Day 3 /ˈæs.ɪ.naɪn/ (adj) extremely foolish and stupid, silly, inane, insane, foolhardy, mindless, senseless, brainless, ludicrous, ridiculous, absurd, nonsensical, dumb, moronic, unintelligent, like an ass “it’s absolutely an asinine, ridiculous statement by the congressman,” Christie said during a press conference … Read more

Irrational 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4

Irrational 1100 Words You Need Irrational 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4 with flashcards, authentic examples and synonyms for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /ɪˈræʃ.ən.əl/ (adj) illogical and insensible, absurd, implausible, not based on rational or reasonable thinking, unreasonable, foolish, crazy, ridiculous, silly, unfounded, senseless, groundless, unsound It’s hard to believe there is someone … Read more

Absurd 1100 Words You Need Week 24 Day 3

Absurd 1100 Words You Need Absurd 1100 Words You Need /əbˈsɜːd/ (adj) amusingly ridiculous and foolish, ludicrous and irrational, unreasonable, meaningless, silly, bizarre, illogical, pointless, futile Absurdism is a type of philosophy. People who support and argue for absurdism are known as ‘absurdists’. Absurdists think that the human condition is essentially absurd because humans are … Read more

Grotesque – English Flashcard for Grotesque for IELTS

Grotesque Grotesque (adj & noun) /grəʊˈtesk/ incongruous and ludicrous with a strange shape – distorted – monstrous – misshapen – bizarre – weird – ridiculous – deformed – outrageous: After the cosmetic surgery, the appearance of his grotesque face was improved tremendously.