Pillows underneath their left arms, Maggie and Lydia look at each other and laugh at the ridiculousness of this scenario.
In Tom Wolfe they found a champion of the former and not the latter, someone capable of showing the ridiculousness of the left.
“The ridiculousness is balanced out by the T&A factor,” she said.
"I think he's pointing out the ridiculousness of the materialism," Hong said.
And the shame is that the ridiculousness of it all only happens once a year.
I nearly laughed at the ridiculousness of it, only he was so deadly in earnest, and would hold my hand.
Get the picture and the situation in all its ridiculousness.
I asked, shocked, though amused, by the ridiculousness of the whole affair.
Grave, dignified, sombre, a laugh made him frantic to ridiculousness.
In the letter On Injustice can come the ridiculousness of the law that the elder gets all.
1540s, ridyculouse, from Latin ridiculosus "laughable," from ridiculus "that which excites laughter," from ridere "to laugh." Shakespeare and other 17c. writers sometimes spelled it rediculous. Slang extensions to "outrageous" (1839); "excellent" (1959, jazz slang). Related: Ridiculously; ridiculousness.