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    farce - Dictionary definition and meaning for word farce

    (noun) a comedy characterized by broad satire and improbable situations
    Synonyms : farce comedy , travesty
    (noun) mixture of ground raw chicken and mushrooms with pistachios and truffles and onions and parsley and lots of butter and bound with eggs
    Synonyms : forcemeat
    (verb) fill with a stuffing while cooking
    Synonyms : stuff
    Example Sentence
    • Have you stuffed the turkey yet?
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for farce

sounds like FARTS....what a comedy show in which FARTS and farting was basic knack/talent to be shown.

guys used to say in hindi-PHAAD(FARCE) COMEDY THI YAAR...

farce -- face Think of the face of d clown... connect it with comedy and mockery...

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farce relates to force...a comical situation can sometimes b a forceful hitting...

"padhe FARCEe beche tel" is proverb with mockery and satire.. you use it to make fun of someone

Face and Arse. Imagine someone saying, "His face is like an arse", its a farce. (Broad comedy, mockery)

Far + see + kal ( kal = tommorow ). That means he is making us laugh by showing our far future ...!! ;)

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