|witty comedy||high comedy|
|(new england) easily managed, (new england) easygoing but not bright, dexterous, glibly facile, having pleasant disposition, intelligent, showing intelligence, well, wise, shrewd; sharp, witty||clever|
|(north england) like something, apprehend mentally, arrogance, excessive pride, haughtiness, conceitedness, exaggerated comparison in literature, imaginative idea, too much pride in yourself, whimsical object, witty expression||conceit|
|1952 comedy film directed by Charlie Chaplin (starring Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton); name of nightclubs in New-York (USA) and London (England ) and||Limelight|
|ability to see something as funny, body fluid, comply, do what somebody wants, funny quality, funny things as a genre, mood, pamper, indulge, favor, oblige (also humour), quality of being amusing or entertaining, comedy; ability to appreciate or expres...||humor|
|absurd situation, comic play, forcemeat, satirical comedy; something ridiculous, absurdity; mockery, style of comic drama||farce|
|agreeable conversation, joke, jest; humorous act; laughter, mirth, polite remark, witty remark||pleasantry|
|ancient Greek comedy||satyr play|
|arrogant, proud, haughty; fanciful, imaginary (Archaic), creatively witty, too proud||conceited|
|art of sword fighting; fences; material for constructing fences; use of witty remarks to avoid answering direct questions, dealing in stolen goods, evasiveness, fence materials, repartee||fencing|
|attack from defensive position, burst forth, rush forward; leave on a journey, set out on a trip, expedition, forward rush, assault; outburst of emotion (or laughter, etc.); witty remark, clever reply; pleasure trip, make sally, rush out suddenly, sudd...||sally|
|be witty, joke, speak or act in a facetious manner; jeer, taunt, mock, scoff, witticism; jeering or mocking remark; sport, fun; laughing-stock, subject of a joke or mockery, make fun of somebody, something joked about||jest|
|boastful, arrogant, proud; pertaining to Thraso of the Roman comedy Eunuchus||thrasonical|
|boastfully, arrogantly; in a manner resembling the character Thraso from the Roman comedy Eunuchus||thrasonically|
|boisterous comedy, boisterous comedy characterized by horseplay and farce; stick or combination of sticks used by clowns and other comic entertainers to produce a loud slapping sound, of or pertaining to a slapstick comedy, farcical, characterized by t...||slapstick|
|books of inappropriate or lewd nature; witticisms; humorous writing or saying, witty remarks||facetiae|
|brief one-act comedy||comedietta|
|caustic and pointed, sharp and pointed, spicy, piquant, sharp (of flavor, odor, etc.); biting, sarcastic; clever, witty, strong-smelling or strong-tasting||pungent|
|clever or witty remark||witticism|
|clever use of words, verbal wit, clever or witty use of words||wordplay|
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