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farce definition

  • noun:
    • A light dramatic work with which highly improbable land circumstances, exaggerated figures, and frequently slapstick elements can be used for humorous effect.
    • The part of literary works constituting such works.
    • The broad or spirited laughter characteristic of such works.
    • A ludicrous, bare program; a mockery: The fixed election ended up being a farce.
    • a practiced stuffing, for roasted turkey.
    • A style of laughter marked by broad improbabilities with little reference to regularity or strategy; compare sarcasm
    • A motion image or play featuring this kind of humor.
    • a scenario abounding with ludicrous incidents
    • A ridiculous or empty program
    • Stuffing, or blend of viands, like this applied to dressing a fowl; forcemeat.
    • a decreased model of comedy; a dramatic structure marked by reasonable humor, generally written with little reference to regularity or technique, and abounding with ludicrous incidents and expressions.
    • A light remarkable work in which very improbable story situations, exaggerated characters, and sometimes slapstick elements are used for funny result.
    • The branch of literature constituting these types of works.
    • The wide or spirited laughter characteristic of such works.
    • Ridiculous or vacant tv show.
    • A ludicrous, bare program; a mockery: The fixed election had been a farce.
    • an experienced stuffing, in terms of roasted turkey.
    • A secular remarkable structure of a ludicrous or satirical personality; reasonable comedy.
    • Ridiculous parade; ridiculous pageantry; silly program.
    • A ridiculous sham.
    • a mode of laughter marked by wide improbabilities with little reference to regularity or technique; compare sarcasm
    • A motion photo or play featuring this kind of laughter.
    • a predicament abounding with ludicrous incidents
    • A ridiculous or vacant show
    • combination of surface raw chicken and mushrooms with pistachios and truffles and onions and parsley and plenty of butter and certain with eggs
    • a comedy described as broad satire and improbable circumstances
    • Stuffing, or combination of viands, that way used on dressing a fowl; forcemeat.
    • A low form of comedy; a dramatic composition marked by low laughter, usually written with little regard to regularity or technique, and abounding with ludicrous situations and expressions.
    • Ridiculous or vacant tv show.
    • A secular dramatic composition of a ludicrous or satirical character; reduced comedy.
    • absurd parade; ridiculous pageantry; foolish program.
    • A ridiculous sham.
    • combination of surface natural chicken and mushrooms with pistachios and truffles and onions and parsley and lots of butter and certain with eggs
    • a comedy characterized by wide satire and improbable situations
    • A light dramatic work with which very improbable plot situations, exaggerated figures, and frequently slapstick elements can be used for entertaining result.
    • The part of literary works constituting such works.
    • The wide or spirited humor attribute of these works.
    • A ludicrous, empty program; a mockery: The fixed election was a farce.
    • an experienced stuffing, for roasted turkey.
    • a mode of humor marked by wide improbabilities with little to no reference to regularity or method; compare sarcasm
    • A motion picture or play featuring this style of humor.
    • A situation abounding with ludicrous situations
    • A ridiculous or vacant program
    • Stuffing, or combination of viands, like this used on dressing a fowl; forcemeat.
    • A low form of comedy; a dramatic structure marked by reduced laughter, generally written with little to no reference to regularity or technique, and abounding with ludicrous situations and expressions.
    • Ridiculous or empty show.
    • A secular remarkable structure of a ludicrous or satirical character; reasonable comedy.
    • absurd parade; absurd pageantry; silly tv show.
    • A ridiculous sham.
    • combination of surface natural chicken and mushrooms with pistachios and truffles and onions and parsley and a lot of butter and certain with eggs
    • a comedy described as broad satire and improbable circumstances
  • verb-transitive:
    • To pad (a speech, including) with jokes or witticisms.
    • To stuff, for roasting.
    • To stuff with forcemeat; hence, to fill with mingled components; to fill full; to stuff.
    • To render fat.
    • To enlarge away; to render pompous.
    • To pad (a speech, as an example) with jokes or witticisms.
    • To stuff, in terms of roasting.
    • To stuff with forcemeat; for this reason, to fill with mingled components; to fill full; to stuff.
    • To render fat.
    • To swell away; to make pompous.
    • To pad (a speech, for example) with jokes or witticisms.
    • To stuff, as for roasting.
    • To stuff with forcemeat; ergo, to fill with mingled ingredients; to fill complete; to stuff.
    • To make fat.
    • To enlarge out; to make pompous.
  • others:
    • To stuff; cram.
    • Specifically In cookery, to stuff, as a pudding, fowl, or roast, with various meats, oysters, bread, or other ingredients, variously flavored or spiced; fill with stuffing.
    • Figuratively, to fill, as a speech or written composition, with various scraps of wit or humor; make “spicy.”
    • to give; enlarge away.
    • To fatten.
    • To decorate.
    • To stuff; cram.
    • especially In cookery, to stuff, as a pudding, fowl, or roast, with different meat, oysters, breads, or any other ingredients, variously flavored or spiced; fill with stuffing.
    • Figuratively, to fill, as a speech or written composition, with different scraps of wit or laughter; make “spicy.”
    • To extend; swell out.
    • To fatten.
    • To decorate.
    • To stuff; cram.
    • Specifically In cookery, to stuff, as a pudding, fowl, or roast, with different meat, oysters, loaves of bread, or other components, variously flavored or spiced; fill with stuffing.
    • Figuratively, to fill, as a speech or written composition, with various scraps of wit or humor; make “spicy.”
    • To extend; enlarge completely.
    • To fatten.
    • To color.
  • verb:
    • fill with a stuffing while cooking
    • fill with a stuffing while preparing
    • fill with a stuffing while cooking
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