Characteristic of those things which may not be classified as either silly nor ridiculous because they are characterized by a perfect balance between the two characteristics.
Examples of SILLICULOUS:
The man’s attempts to hide his true feelings for her, after so many attempts to show them, were silliculous, to say the least.
She had a silliculous way of pretending she didn’t see him every time they ran into each other.
Origin of SILLICULOUS:
From English ridiculous (Latin ridēre to laugh) and English silly (Old English sǣl happiness; Goth sels kindhearted; Old High German sālig blissful; Latin solari to comfort).
First Known Use: 2012
Related Forms of SILLICULOUS:
— si·llic·u·lous·ly adverb
— si·llic·u·lous·ness noun
funny, nonsensical, droll, foolish
asshat, ham, wtf
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