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 ?
When one particular Aschengreen sally set the whole room guffawing, I asked Niels Kehlet, another old friend, who happened to be standing by me, to translate.
Gwyneth Paltrow's attempt to dress up her split with husband Chris Martin as something more intellectual and new agey than the rest of us could manage simply ended up leading to global guffawing.
Apparently nothing, so entrenched is he in the 'hooray' triple-barrelled name world of the guffawing upper classes.
She enjoyed a spell at Radio Newcastle as travel and traffic reporter but makes no mention of this on her CV, an omission that has her critics guffawing into their shorthand pads.
It was like Abbott and Costello,'' the chatty New Yorker adds, guffawing.
The only difference is that whereas before our arrogance only merited a British tut tut, a French eye roll, or a Serbian smirk, now there is open guffawing.
it lifted spirits and got the British balletgoers guffawing.
Gwyneth Paltrow's attempt to dress up her split with husband Chris Martin, right, as something more intellectual and new agey than the rest of us could manage simply ended up leading to global guffawing.
And if the audience guffawing at this wan jape as if at gunpoint doesn't tip you off to the level of unrelenting blandness operating in ``Regular Joe,'' then we'll let Judd Hirsch's first line of the show serve as auto- criticism: ``I don't think it's funny.
He was left dangling 20ft in the air in Victoria Park, in East London, for several minutes as a guffawing crowd underneath the Mayor made fun of him.
In the '60s and early '70s, Americans bought millions of tickets to big-cast chase comedies, guffawing at the calamity, tittering at the compromising positions and actually enjoying all the excessive mugging.
And: "The problem since I became Mexico coach is playing away," said sacked Sven Goran Eriksson, not giving a monkey's that the honest nature of his words would lead to guffawing English cynics again focus on his roaming trouser snake.
Often, the punch line is not the joke, which can be pretty weak - the joke is that the (obviously canned) laugh track is guffawing at such a stupid gag (it also hoots wolfishly at the bimbo secretary and repeats Bush's Jackie Gleason-esque catch phrase).
The Beverly Hills resident said she had always wondered what might be happening physically to the studio audiences she would watch guffawing at ``Roseanne'' tapings.
Guffawing greeted yesterday's praise for Brown from the Elysee Palace after Sarko slagged off the PM on Friday.