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com·ic
[kom-ik]
ADJECTIVE
1.
of, relating to, or characterized by comedy: comic opera.
2.
of or relating to a person who acts in or writes comedy: a comic actor; a comic dramatist.
3.
of, relating to, or characteristic of comedy: comic situations; a comic sense.
4.
provoking laughter; humorous; funny; laughable.
NOUN
5.
a comedian.
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Comic definition, of, relating to, or characterized by comedy: comic opera. See more.

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also comic book, /ˈkɑm·ɪkˌbʊk/ a magazine, esp. for children, that contains a set of stories told in pictures with a small amount of writing ...

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Define comic: of or relating to a comedy — comic in a sentence. ... 2 : causing laughter or amusement : funny a comic monologue .... BROWSE DICTIONARY.

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Top Definition. comic. A novel but with visuals and speech bubble dialogue that make it more interesting and fun to read. I be readin' Marvel ™ comics everyday!

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causing or meant to cause laughter Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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Lucas Connolly hosts this monthly stand-up-show-meets-pizza-party, which features some of the finest up-and-coming comics in New York. New York Times Aug ...

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Characteristic of or having to do with comedy. 2. Of or relating to comic strips. 3. Amusing; humorous: a comic situation involving the family's pets. n. 1. a.

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of, like, or having to do with comedy; amusing or intended to be amusing; humorous; funny; of comic strips or cartoons. Origin of comic. Middle English comice ...

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Look up comic at Dictionary.com: late 14c., "of comedy in the dramatic sense," from Latin comicus "of comedy, represented in comedy, in comic style," from Greek ...