comic collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkɒmɪk/

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Adverbs frequently used with comic
very: highly, richly, wonderfullyTragic facts are fitted around the richly comic character.rather: rather, slightlyAt times his enthusiasm is slightly comic.in an unpleasant way: blackly, darkly, grotesquelyIt was billed as a darkly comic thriller.in a pleasant way: delightfully, gently, lightlyIt is a gently comic take on the human need to reinvent oneself.accidentally: unintentionallyThe film is unintentionally comic through bad acting and inept direction.
Nouns frequently used with comic
genius, relief, talent, timing, touchShe has a wonderful sense of comic timing.
 
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