Example sentences for: absurdities

How can you use “absurdities” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • He relishes a few absurdities as they glide past--the accidental meeting of Nancy Reagan and Heidi Fleiss in a hotel lobby, or the sight of African-American servants wincing in the background as beautiful white people call O.J. the scum of the earth.

  • Before Bill Clinton starts looking for ways to pay for the new aid to college-bound students he's proposing--or Congress returns to its budget-cutting fervor--both ought to take a refresher course in the perversities and absurdities that abound in our current student-subsidy programs.

  • I've never read a more paranoid piece of writing then James J. Cramer's "." At the risk of being lumped into Cramer's "legion of enemies," I thought it worth highlighting some of the absurdities in the piece.

  • Almost everyone lavishes praise on the book, not minding the absurdities they find in the plot (such as the emergence of a 92-year-old trillionaire who befriends the brooding man).

  • Roseanne was not only television's most popular sitcom; it was also its best (except, perhaps, for The Simpsons ). As Roseanne Conner, Roseanne turned the pain of poverty into comedy, exposed the absurdities of family life, and punctured the egos of bosses and politicians.


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