guffaw

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Synonyms for guffaw

laugh

Synonyms

  • laugh
  • roar of laughter
  • bellow of laughter

laugh

Synonyms

  • laugh
  • roar with laughter
  • bellow with laughter

Synonyms for guffaw

an act of laughing

to express great amusement or mirth

to express amusement, mirth, or scorn by smiling and emitting loud, inarticulate sounds

Synonyms for guffaw

a burst of deep loud hearty laughter

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Related Words

laugh boisterously

References in periodicals archive ?
It was one of the best stories of the day and an audience of some 250 venture capitalists, industrial investors, start-up brats and government bureaucrats guffawed throughout the hall.
Onlookers guffawed at Prichard's stunt, but she may have the last laugh.
Those with access to Sky will already have guffawed at the sight of Swindon attacking while Pompey keeper Aaron Flahavan lies prostrate (apparently he just "blacked out").
I dutifully guffawed, second-hand as it were, but just a little guiltily.
I allowed as how I was, at which he guffawed, spat, and went about his business.
And while the prince looked solemn under his ostrich-plumed cap, Harry and Wills' girlfriend Kate Middleton guffawed.
The audience guffawed - and she left Hague totally upstaged.
I'll admit, I audibly guffawed over the bit about how Mexico, the nation, can't afford an airline ticket.
He guffawed ruefully, his eyes appeared to mist, and he reached for a glass of water.
They took over a corner of the restaurant area and giggled and guffawed their way through the evening over fishcakes and steaks, washed down with copious quantities of the energy drink Red Bull.