Comic and Rich


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Comic adjective – Causing or intended to cause laughter.
Usage example: a comic monologue about his misadventures as a first-time camper

Rich and comic are semantically related. in funny topic. In some cases you can use "Rich" instead an adjective "Comic".
Nearby Words: comical, comicality, comically
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Rich adjective – Having goods, property, or money in abundance.
Comic and rich are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Comic" instead an adjective "Rich".
Nearby Words: richness, riches, richly, Richie
Synonyms for Rich

Things that words describes

character comic character rich character
life comic life rich life
world comic world rich world
story comic story rich story
Other nouns: history, version.

Both words in one sentence

  • Then there’s the “terrifying richie rich fetish specials”… Actually Pretty Funny: This comic.
  • Non-Idle Rich The Carl Barks comic The Status Seeker, later adapted into an episode of DuckTales, had Scrooge deal with his rich peers looking down on him for not "acting rich."
    Source: Non-Idle Rich
  • Continuity Snarl: Over the course of four hundred issues, the comic develops a rich, textured, and completely self-contradictory continuity.
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