Example sentences for: absurdities

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

  • 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).

  • He points to a number of absurdities about his situation.

  • The difference between Berman's volume and most others I have seen on the subject is that his is an entertaining book, readable and unpretentious, a little softhearted toward his old comrades, but more than willing to take them to task for their absurdities.


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