Absurdities [noun]

Definition of Absurdities:

ridiculous situation or behavior

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The draw of the deep dish is its absurdity, not its greatness.

Sometimes, absurdity is the best part, to be honest, because it allows authentic human reaction to mix with a sort of inconsequential ridiculousness that provides complication only in the moment and matters only on the field of play.

Peak absurdity came in 1978, when one poll declared Southern California the winner while the other named Alabama, even though Southern California had manhandled Alabama in Alabama that year.

Laughter, like humor, typically sparks from recognizing the incongruities or absurdities of a situation.

Aside from the absurdity of some of the shots, his efficiency stands out as even more ridiculous.

"They make me feel injustice and look upon absurdity," replied this philosopher of thirteen.

Lucy looked at her cousin; the absurdity of the scene was too much for her; she closed the door and laughed till she cried.

But in what previous age could it have been used at all without evident absurdity?

As a religion Buddhism is an absurdity; in fact, it is no religion at all, only a system of moral philosophy.

Did not a famous theologian recognize the absurdity of admitting the existence of a God and arresting His course?