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ludicrous +‎ -ness

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ludicrousness (countable and uncountable, plural ludicrousnesses)

  1. The state or quality of being ludicrous.
    • 1879, John McElroy, Andersonville, ch. 51,
      The full ludicrousness of the thing dawned upon me so forcibly that I forgot all about my excitement and scare, and laughed aloud.

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