ridiculus

See: jocular
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should put these doubts to rest (Porcius infra, | ridiculus totas semel
Bathos and melodrama in Petronius, tragedy within the ridiculous in Flaubert--like Charles, Encolpius knows what it means to conjugate ridiculus sum twenty times over.
Unfortunately when he gets there, Keano discovers ``the ground is too hard, the troops are partying, and the federation, led by the inebriated junketeer Ridiculus, has forgotten to bring daggers and tunics''.
But when he gets there, Keano discovers "the ground is too hard, the troops are partying, and the federation, led by the inebriated junketeer Ridiculus, has forgotten to bring daggers and tunics.
Things go horribly wrong for the army when Keano finds the ground is too hard, there is too much banter among the troops and one of the leaders, Ridiculus, has forgotten to bring daggers and tunics.
Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus--Horace Mountains will be in labour, the birth will be a single laughable little mouse