Sportive vs Comic - What's the difference?
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Sportive is a related term of comic.
As nouns the difference between sportive and comic
is that sportive
is (cycling) cyclosportive while comic
is cartoon, comic.
As an adjective sportive
is gay; frolicsome; merry.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
gay; frolicsome; merry
Interested in sport.
Sporty, good at sport.
- Is it I / That drive thee from the sportive court? — Shakespeare.
* 2012 , July 15. Richard Williams in Guardian Unlimited,
Tour de France 2012: Carpet tacks cannot force Bradley Wiggins off track
- Such incidents, part of the cherished mythology of the Tour's early years, are rare in modern cycling, although a 62-year-old local councillor was arrested and subsequently released after tacks had been scattered during the 2009 Etape Caledonia, a sportive held on closed roads in Scotland, causing countless punctures among the 3,500 riders.
Funny; amusing; comical.
Relating to comedy.
* See also
* (comedy) comedic, comical
A cartoon story, a graphic novel.
(British) A children's newspaper.