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  1. Restoration comedy

    • IPA[ˌrɛstəˌreɪʃn ˈkɒmɪdi]


    • n.
      a style of drama which flourished in London after the Restoration in 1660, typically having a complicated plot marked by wit, cynicism, and licentiousness. Principal exponents include William Congreve, William Wycherley, George Farquhar, and Sir John Vanbrugh.
    • noun: Restoration comedy, plural noun: Restoration comedies