How to use Comically in a sentence

comically
  • He comically handled the situation with a joke.

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  • He looked comically resigned to the idea.

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  • He looked comically trapped.

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  • He appeared on the television show Extras in 2006, in a parody of himself, comically attempting to prove that he is an experienced young man.

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  • They need not be elegant or particularly chic, but instead, dresses that are comically ornate and feature a tremendous amount of "poof!" fall into the almost stereotypical category of infant birthday party attire.

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  • Their version of George Harrison's ' If I Needed Someone ' is comically inept.

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  • Heaney may be using it comically - it comes from the bleak opening of T.S. Eliot's modernist poetic manifesto, The Waste Land.

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  • The fact is that the basic steps are almost comically easy because the dance is intended to be social - a flirtatious and sensual interplay of people, with the relationship between them the most important part.

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  • There can be no question that she loved her adopted country sincerely, and had an affection for her people, and an opinion of their great qualities which she did not hesitate to express in hyperbolical terms. Her zeal for the reputation of the Russians was almost comically shown by the immense trouble she took to compile an answer to the Voyage en Siberie of the French astronomer Chappe d'Auteroche.

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