- of, relating to, or of the nature of comedy.
Origin of comedic
Examples from the Web for comedic
But the comedic genius was wrong; success in most dimensions of the human enterprise is showing up at the right time.Why We Should Delay The Israel-Palestinian Peace Process
Aaron David Miller
December 19, 2014
Some were funny, while some were more heavy handed slams of ISIS simply framed in comedic terms.Middle East Goes Monty Python on ISIS
October 29, 2014
Do you see parallels between Nixon and Dubya, as far as comedic figures go?Harry Shearer on Being Nixon, ‘The Simpsons Movie’ Sequel, and Why Obama Should Return His Nobel
October 21, 2014
It sparks a comedic crisis of cultural conscience, which will presumably play out across the series.‘black-ish’ Is the New ‘Modern Family’
October 1, 2014
The ladies score the leading roles while the men are left to portray quirky, comedic (and mostly undesirable) characters.Redheads Are Sexy, Dammit!
September 2, 2014
This means that Silviane's engagement at the Comedic is a certainty.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
I was agreeably surprised at meeting the poet Poinsinet at the Comedic Francaise.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Falstaff is a triumph of comedic creation because we are kept laughing equally at and with him.And Even Now
- of or relating to comedy
Word Origin and History for comedic
1630s, from Latin comoedicus, from Greek komoidikos "pertaining to comedy," from komoidia (see comedy).