Farcical and Jocose

Farcical

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Farcical adjective – Causing or intended to cause laughter.
Usage example: the farcical behavior of the troupe of circus clowns

Jocose and farcical are semantically related In some cases you can use "Jocose" instead an adjective "Farcical".
Nearby Words: farce, farcically
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Jocose

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Jocose adjective – Indicative of or marked by high spirits or good humor.
Usage example: the comedian's jocose introductions kept the awards ceremony from becoming a stodgy affair

Farcical and jocose are semantically related in comical topic. You can use "Farcical" instead an adjective "Jocose".
Nearby Words: jocosity, jocosely
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