Rosenbaum himself struggles to find the best way to describe the absurdity of the nuclear situation.
In his new book about the Soviet Union, Francis Spufford blends fiction and history to capture the absurdity of the state.
Apply the same premium to GMA, ad you get 5.2 million coffee-drinking gawkers at the absurdity that is Sarah Palin.
Of course, there is often a degree of absurdity to the confirmation process.
The absurdity of North Korea now extends to its futile attempt to anticipate the whims of Mother Nature.
She had hardly completed this act when she realized its absurdity.
The unseemliness was in the mode of discussion, not in the absurdity of the subject.
It is hardly necessary to point out the absurdity of this claim.
She laughed at Josephine's absurdity, but excused it on account of her feeble health.
I tried to banish the thought as an absurdity, but was unable to do so.
late 15c., from Middle French absurdité, from Late Latin absurditatem (nominative absurditas) "dissonance, incongruity," noun of state from Latin absurdus "out of tune;" figuratively "incongruous, silly, senseless," from ab-, intensive prefix, + surdus "dull, deaf, mute" (see susurration).