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absurd extremely contrary to rational thought; illogical; ridiculous. [1/3 definitions]
antic ridiculous or contorted gestures. [1/5 definitions]
buffoon someone who is seen as ridiculous by others. [1/2 definitions]
burlesque any purposely ridiculous or grotesque treatment of a subject. [1/5 definitions]
charade an act performed without sincerity, esp. when the pretense is so obvious as to be ridiculous. [1/2 definitions]
cockamamie (slang) ridiculous; pointless; valueless.
dotty1 foolish or ridiculous. [1/4 definitions]
farcical ridiculous or absurd. [1/2 definitions]
humbug nonsense; rubbish; ridiculous! [1/8 definitions]
laugh (informal) something or someone ridiculous or improbable. [1/6 definitions]
ludicrous worthy of mockery; laughable and ridiculous.
make a monkey out of to make (someone) appear ridiculous; embarrass; dupe.
malapropism the humorous or ridiculous misuse of a word, esp. by using a word that sounds similar to the correct word, but whose meaning is inappropriate, as in "waddling in self-pity," rather than "wallowing".
nonsense used in response to something considered absurd, ridiculous, or highly unlikely to be true. [1/4 definitions]
parody a poor or ridiculous attempt at something serious; travesty. [1/3 definitions]
satirize to portray as being ridiculous by using satire; deride or attack with satire.
shaggy dog story a prolonged joke with a ridiculous or irrelevant punch line.
tomfool a very foolish, ridiculous, or irresponsible person; idiot. [1/2 definitions]
tomfoolery ridiculous or foolish behavior.
twerp (slang) a person regarded as ridiculous, insignificant, or contemptible.