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Synonyms for guffaw

laugh

Synonyms

  • laugh
  • roar of laughter
  • bellow of laughter

laugh

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  • 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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laugh boisterously

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Bowls gave one abrupt guffaw, as a confidential servant of the family, but choked the rest of the volley; the diplomatist only smiled.
cried one of the new-comers; he shouted the words and went off into a guffaw.
With characters named Cardinal Achoo (Jeff Wallach) always intoning ``Bless you,'' the cardinal's ripe-for-jokes sidekick, an old cheese appropriately named Roquefort (the perfect clown - Jason Rasmussen) and a blind assassin called Blinky (Ron Kewish,) this musical comedy delivers the guffaws.
Where are the guffaws, the chuckles, at the very least a polite titter or two?
Such comic moments should not be confused with those meant to be serious that instead induced guffaws, like Demi Moore sinning in an oat bin in "The Scarlet Letter" or model Natasha Henstridge turning into an alien and devouring her date during a romp in a hot tub in "Species.
Riley is not exactly the most popular coach in the NBA, and the rest of the league is trying to suppress guffaws at the Heat's predicament.
Williams is good at keeping everyone else on the set in stitches, prompting a few retakes because of the crew's unstifled guffaws or chuckles.
With numerous film, TV, radio, stage, and club appearances to his credit, Ellis is sure to elicit more than a few chuckles and guffaws.
Whoever is manning the laugh-track knobs for the new sitcom ``Battery Park'' must have a limited command of English, if that, and is simply under orders to amp up the guffaws whenever there's a momentary lull in the banter.
THERE were guffaws at The Mirror yesterday when I received a fax about the opening of a new members' club in Leeds, courtesy of Lee "no journalists can join my bar" Chapman.
But many of the alerts - grimly worded missives full of correctional system jargon about inmate attacks on guards - are more likely to drum up guffaws.
It explores the sadness behind the smiles, the leers behind the laughter and the guilt behind the guffaws.
Hamm's gesture drew guffaws from the news gatherers in her midst.
To my skeptical students, the idea of stopping a mugger or a Hitler through the force of love evokes guffaws and cries of yeah, right.
Somewhere between Joe Garagiola's guffaws, we'll look in at the Kings' game to see if Ziggy Palffy returned from Salt Lake.