Farcical and Waggish

Farcical

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

Waggish and farcical are semantically related in characteristic topic. In some cases you can use "Waggish" instead an adjective "Farcical", when it comes to topics like amusing, comical.
Nearby Words: farce, farcically
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Waggish

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Waggish adjective – Tending to or exhibiting reckless playfulness.
Farcical and waggish are semantically related in characteristic topic. You can use "Farcical" instead an adjective "Waggish", if it concerns topics such as amusing, comical.
Nearby Word: waggishly
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Waggish and Farcical. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 27, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/farcical/waggish
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