imbecilic, zany, hapless, erroneous, nonsense, plastered, smashed, blind drunk, giddy, unreasonable, unconscionable, pie-eyed, awry, wonky, pathetic, risible, fuddled, sappy, usual, piteous, ill-advised, anomalous, pitiable, comic, crocked, featherbrained, chimerical, stiff, goofy, false, humorous, obscene, miserable, laughter, poor, light-headed, laughing, pitiful, empty-headed, pissed, sozzled, ill-considered, whacky, humourous, cockeyed, tight, undignified, loaded, punch-drunk, sloshed, slaphappy, imbecile, pixilated, skew-whiff, derisory, cockamamy, wet, infatuated, lopsided, cockamamie, funny, squiffy, lightheaded, inconclusive, slopped, soaked, amusing, airheaded, blotto, wretched, ill-judged, misfortunate, study at absurd, incorrect, crackbrained, wild, askew, soused, besotted, monstrous, wacky, mirthful, mistaken, dizzy, shocking
absurd (part of speech: adjective)
idiotic, meaningless, incongruous, absurd, farcical, invalid, crazy, impossible, foolish, inconsistent, outlandish, implausible, preposterous, nonsensical, bizarre, irrational, illogical, ludicrous, anachronistic, silly, senseless, paradoxical, stupid, inane, eccentric, contradictory, fallacious, self-contradictory
ridiculous (part of speech: adjective)
- " 'Pon my honour, Chumbley," cried Hilton, " this is too ridiculous!" - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.
- " The most ridiculous thing. - "Bad Hugh", Mary Jane Holmes.
- I should be sorry if there were anything ridiculous- anything that she could laugh at in my last letter to him. - "Doctor Cupid", Rhoda Broughton.