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com·e·dy
[kom-i-dee]
NOUN [PLURAL COM·E·DIES.]
1.
a play, movie, etc., of light and humorous character with a happy or cheerful ending; a dramatic work in which the central motif is the triumph over adverse circumstance, resulting in a successful or happy conclusion.
2.
that branch of the drama which concerns itself with this form of composition.
3.
the comic element of drama, of literature generally, or of life.
4.
any literary composition dealing with a theme suitable for comedy, or employing the methods of comedy.
5.
any comic or humorous incident or series of incidents.
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Comedy - Wikipedia

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What is funny? Comedy is not a science, it's art. Therefore there are no rules and it can be very subjective. What one person finds funny another might cringe at.

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Comedy and Tragedy - DePaul University

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Comedy - definition of comedy by The Free Dictionary

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a. A dramatic work that is light and often humorous or satirical in tone and that usually contains a happy resolution of the thematic conflict. b. The genre made up ...