Definition of farcically in English:



See farcical

‘It took the greatest film ever made and trashed it in a way that was on one level farcically stupid and on another level absolutely unforgivable.’
  • ‘There is too much mugging, too many knowing nods and winks to the audience, something which starts to feel more cloyingly tragic than farcically comic.’
  • ‘It's not just bad and wrong - it's farcically, historically disastrous.’
  • ‘To prevent murders by murdering is farcically counter-productive.’
  • ‘The lady looked almost farcically sympathetic.’



/ˈfärsək(ə)lē/ /ˈfɑrsək(ə)li/