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comical (adj.)

1550s, "of or pertaining to comedy," from comic (or Latin comicus) + -al (1). Meaning "funny, exciting mirth" is from 1680s. Also sometimes in 17c. "befitting comedy, low, ignoble." Related: Comicality; comicalness.

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Definitions of comical from WordNet

comical (adj.)
arousing or provoking laughter;
a comical look of surprise
From wordnet.princeton.edu