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1, The play suddenly changes from farce to tragedy.
2, The whole procedure has become a complete farce.
3, It was like a Whitehall farce the way I was sent from department to department and everyone said it was someone else's job to help me.
4, The trial was a mere farce.
5, The plot often borders on farce.
6, The story has elements of tragedy and farce.
7, The debate degenerated into farce when opposing speakers started shouting at each other.
8, I prefer farce to tragedy.
9, The play was a cross between a farce and a tragedy.
10, He denounced the election as a farce.
11, The trials were a mere farce since no judges were present at all.
12, The solemn event rapidly degenerated into farce.
13, Thrusting themselves into the spirit of the farce,(http://sentencedict.com/farce.html) they ham it up like mad.
14, The prisoner's trial was a farce.
15, It was like a Whitehall farce the way I was sent from department to department and everyone said it was someone < ...
16, The elections have been reduced to a farce.
17, The trial was a complete farce.
18, a farce when the vicar fell flat on his face.
19, Our school dramas tend towards comedy and farce.
20, Farce likes to tinker with such taboos.
21, The judiciary is a farce: 80 % of prisoners are awaiting trial.
22, But this could quite easily turn into farce or pretension.
23, An annual freshman icebreaker called "Dickerella," in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint named Dick's, has become a farce.
24, No one had prepared anything so the meeting was a bit of a farce.
25, She admitted that the interview had been a complete farce from start to finish.
26, The entertainment consisted of comic songs, dances and acrobatic performance[sentencedict.com], and wound up with a screamingly funny farce.
27, Dickerella, " in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint named Dick's, has become a farce.
28, Many are forced to double or triple parts, as if in a Brian Rix farce.
29, As he tells it, it does sound almost like a stage farce.
30, Beaumarchais/Livings is funnier, faster and subtler than, say, the average Whitehall farce and could be just as accessible.