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deserving or inviting derision or mockery; absurd. "that ridiculous tartan cap" · "it seems absolutely ridiculous that anyone would try to pull a stunt like this" synonyms: laughable · absurd · comical · funny · hilarious · humorous · risible · derisory · droll · amusing · entertaining · diverting · chucklesome · farcical · slapstick · silly · facetious · ludicrous · hysterical · riotous · side-splitting · crazy · priceless · killing · derisible · pointless · senseless · foolish · foolhardy · stupid · inane · nonsensical · fatuous · childish · puerile · half-baked · hare-brained · scatterbrained · feather-brained · ill-thought-out · ill-conceived · crackpot · idiotic · brainless · mindless · witless · vacuous · asinine · moronic · half-witted · preposterous · insane · unreasonable · irrational · illogical · outrageous · shocking · astonishing · monstrous · the suggestions for change were given a hostile reception by some of the longtime employees unbelievable.. · incredible · unthinkable
a new colmn populary requested: : as a (general) rule Typically; most of the time. As a general rule, I won't sit in the window seat on an airplane. I get too anxious watching the ground below disappear! My mother always makes extra food for family dinners, as a rule. See also: rule as a (general) rule usually; almost always. He can be found in his office as a general rule. As a general rule ...
A rule is a statement telling people what they should do in order to achieve success or a benefit of some kind. An important rule is to drink plenty of water during any flight. By and large, the rules for healthy eating are the same during pregnancy as at any other time.
The rule of law is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as: "The authority and influence of law in society, especially when viewed as a constraint on individual and institutional behavior; (hence) the principle whereby all members of a society (including those in government) are considered equally subject to publicly disclosed legal codes and processes."

> BS /. you've got the right to power.