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Involving a combination of heroic and comic elements; specifically designating poetry or other literature which humorously imitates the heroic style, especially in dealing with mundane or ridiculous subject matter.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Ozell (d. 1743), translator. From hero + -i- + comic, after French héroïcomique.
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